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WHITEHEAD 
METALS, INC. 




WHITEHEAD 

METALS, INC. 

A Corporate Division of Metal Goods Corporation 



MODERN 
METAL 

SERVICE CENTERS 
GEARED TO GIVE 
YOU SUPER 
SERVICE ON ALL 
YOUR 
METAL NEEDS 



BALTIMORE 7, MARYLAND 

1720 Whitehead Road 
Windsor 4-2000 
Dir. Dist. Dial: 301-944-2000 
TWX-30 1-944-6776 



NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

worth 4-2800 

P. O. Box 102, Carteret, N. J. 

CARTERET, NEW JERSEY 

P. O. Box 102 

Milik Street 

YOrktowTi 9-2000 

Dir. Dist. Dial: 201-969-2000 

TWX-201-969-1585 



HARRISON, NEW JERSEY 

1000 South 4th Street 

HUmboldt 5-5900 

Dir. Dist. Dial: 201-485-5900 

TWX-201-621-7871 



CAMBRIDGE 39, MASS. 

281 Albany Street 

TRowbridge 6-4680 

Dir. Dist. Dial: 617-876-4680 

TWX-617-499-9161 



BUFFALO 7, NEW YORK 

2128 Elm wood Avenue 

TRiangle 6-3100 

Dir. Dist. Dial: 716-876-3100 

TWX-716-858-1148 



WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT 

P. O. Box 193 

Hartford -Springfield Expressway 

Telephone 688-4921 

Dir. Dist. Dial: 203-688-4921 

TWX-203-688-3591 



SYRACUSE 6, NEW YORK 

P. O. Box 212 

Deere & Tarbell Roads 

HOward 3-6241 

Dir. Dist. Dial: 315-463-6241 

TWX-315-477-1210 



PHILADELPHIA 40, PENN. 

1955 W. Hunting Park Avenue 

BAldwin 9-2323 

Dir. Dist. Dial: 215-229-2323 

TWX-215-569-8897 



ROCHESTER 10, NEW YORK 

181 Winton Road, North 

BUtler 8-2141 

Dir. Dist. Dial: 716-288-2141 



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NEW YO 

worth 4-2 
P. O. Box 

CARTERI 

P. O. Box 

Milik Stre( 
YOrktown 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201- 



HARRISC 

1000 South 
HUmboldt 
Dir, Dist. 
TWX-201- 



CAMBRU 

281 Albany 
TRowbrid^ 
Dir. Dist. ; 
TWX-617- 



PHILADE 

1955 W. H| 
BAldwin 9' 
Dir. Dist. ] 
TWX-215-i 



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(Metropolitan New York — New Jersey Service Center) 




PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 




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WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT 
Hartford, Connecticut Service Center 




SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 



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NEW YO 

worth 4-^ 
P. O. Box 

CARTERl 

P. O. Box 
Milik Stre( 
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Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201- 



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1000 South 
HUmboldt 
Dir. Dist, ] 
TWX-201-l 



CAMBRIC 

281 Albany 
TRowbridg 
Dir. Dist. I 
TWX-617-4 



PHILADEL 

1955 W. Hu 
BAldwin 9- 
Dir. Dist. E 
TWX-215-5 



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METAT^ GOODS ^Mfo<nciUoH 

Parent company of Whitehead Metals, Inc. 



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CARTERI 

P. O. Box 
Milik Stre( 
YOrktowTL 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201- 



HARRISC 

1000 Soutl: 
HUmboldt 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201t 



CAMBRIE 

281 Alban] 
TRowbridf 
Dir. Dist. : 
TWX-617- 



PHILADE 

1955 W. H 
BAldwin 9 
Dir. Dist. ] 
TWX-215-. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 



ORDERS: It is of utmost importance that exact spec- 
ifications be given in every order. Feet, inches, pounds, 
ounces, pieces, gauges, finish, length, width, tempers, 
etc., should be carefully included. The large variety of 
alloys, tempers, anneals and finishes make it essential, 
on initial orders particularly, that information be given 
as to the use for which the material is intended. This 
will aid considerably in the proper fulfillment of your 
requirement. 

GAUGES: The use of the Micrometer to determine 
the thickness of metal or the size of wire in decimal parts 
of an inch, and the abolition of all gauge numbers when 
ordering, is strongly recommended. A comparison of 
gauges and decimal equivalents is included in the Data 
Section of this book. 

DIAMETER MEASUREMENTS: When ordering Seam- 
less Tubes, state whether the diameter given is **inside" 
or "outside", otherwise it will be considered that out- 
side measurements are specified. 

ESTIMATING PRICES: Prices of most metals in their 
various forms are usually determined by means of a 
base price applying only to certain gauges and widths 
and to which must be added extra charges for variations 
from these sizes and quantity extras. All orders are 
subject to minimum charges if applicable. 

CONFIRMATION ORDERS: Confirmation orders 
should be plainly marked on the face of the order 
*' Confirmation" in large letters. Unless so marked, con- 
firmation orders may be treated as originals and filled in 
duplicate. In such cases we will not be responsible for 
the expense and inconvenience involved. 



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TELEPHONE SERVICE: A well-trained staff of men. at 
each office is always at hand to help you either by 
telephone or personal call. These men are thoroughly 
experienced in manufacturing and maintenance prob- 
lems. Though you have no immediate order, do not 
hesitate to bring your problem to them. 

DELIVERIES: As a rule material from our warehouses 
is shipped the same day the order is received. 

Telephone orders are accepted at the risk of the 
customer and shipments made before the receipt of con- 
firmation are for the special convenience of the customer. 

Promises of delivery on special orders are estimated 
as carefully as possible and although we do our best to 
ship within the time mentioned, we cannot guarantee 
to do so. 



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WEIGHTS: The weights given in this book are 
theoretical and variations must be expected in practice. 

SIZES: Stock sizes change from time to time, and 
if the one you desire is not listed get in touch with us. 



TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 

All orders are accepted subject to prior sale and 
subject to our sales and credit terms and conditions only, 
and not to the terms and conditions appearing on Buyer's 
purchase order or contract. Your agreement with our 
terms and conditions shall be conclusively evidenced by 
your acceptance of any shipment. 

Said terms and conditions are as follows: 

PRICES: All price quotations made by us or our 
agents are subject to change without notice. Prices in 
effect on date of shipment will prevail unless otherwise 
agreed to by us in writing. Prices quoted are F.O.B. our 
warehouse except when delivery is made by us within 
the free delivery areas which may be designated from 
time to time by our warehouses (or as otherwise specified). 
Appropriate charges will be made for packaging small or 
broken case shipments. Shipments made without pack- 
aging at the request of the Buyer shall be at the risk of 
the Buyer. If partial shipments are made at request of 
Buyer, boxing charges and quantity extras will be 
charged if applicable. 



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P. O. Box 

CARTER 

P. O. Box 

Milik Stre 
YOrktowT 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201 



HARRISI 

1000 Sout 
HUmbold 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201 



CAMBRI 

281 Alban 
TRowbrid 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-617 



PHI LADE 

1955 W. B 
BAldwin < 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-215- 



COMMODITIES: All orders (or contracts) are ac- 
cepted with the understanding they are subject to our 
ability to obtain the necessary commodities, and all 
orders (or contracts) as well as shipments applicable to 
such orders (or contracts), are subject to our current 
delivery schedules and to any Government Regulations 
that may be applicable. 



TAXES: Prices indicated, unless otherwise agreed 
in writing, are exclusive of any present or future Federal, 
State, County or Municipal or other sales, use or excise 
tax upon or measxu-ed by the receipts from the sale or by 
the value of the material sold. Such taxes, if paid or 
required to be paid by us, shall be added to and become 
part of the price payable by the Buyer hereunder. 



TERMS OF PAYMENT: If credit is approved by us, 
terms of payment are net cash 30 days, unless a discount 
for prompt payment applies. Prompt payment discounts 
vary with different commodities according to industry 
practice, and shall be such, if any, as are shown on the 
invoice covering the commodities sold. Such discounts 
shall apply to invoices dated the 1st to the 15th inclusive, 
if paid on or before the 25th of the month; to invoices 
dated the 16th to and including the last day of the 
month, if paid on or before the 10th of the following 
month. Invoices will be dated not earlier than the day 
of shipment. 

On accounts not paid within 30 days from the end 
of the month in which invoices are rendered, interest 
will be charged at the rate of 6% per annum. Terms on 
tools, fixtures and fitting-up charges are net cash. 



DELAY IN DELIVERY: We will endeavor to ship 
material within specified time, but this is not guaran- 
teed. We will not be liable for any delay in the perform- 
ance of orders or contracts, or in the delivery or shipment 
of goods, or for non-delivery, or for any damages 
suffered by Buyer by reason of such delay or non- 
delivery, when same is, directly or indirectly, caused by, 
or in any manner arises from fires, floods, accidents, 
riots, acts of God, war, governmental interference or 
embargoes, strikes, labor difficulties, shortage of labor, 
fuel, power, materials or supplies, transportation delays, 
or any other cause or causes (whether or not similar in 
nature to any of these hereinbefore specified) beyond 
our control. In no event shall we be liable for special 
or consequential damages. 



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WARRANTY. Should any of the material sold by 
us prove defective or below standard, Buyer shall not 
return the goods, but shall cease its use and shall notify 
us, stating full particulars in support of his claim, and 
we will either replace goods upon return of the defective 
or below standard material or adjust the matter fairly 
and promptly, but under no circumstances shall we be 
obligated for consequential or other damages, labor, 
losses or expenses in connection with or by reason of 
the use of or inability to use materials purchased for any 
purpose. The advice of our staff is available to the trade, 
but we, not controlling or supervising the subsequent 
manufacture, fabrication or installation of our products 
or their use after sale, do not warrant or guarantee such 
advice, t^o warranty or guarantee as to materials or 
fitness thereof for any purpose is made unless the same 
is specifically set forth in contract of purchase or acknowl- 
edgment of order, but in such case such warranty or 
guarantee is limited as above provided. 

Materials furnished by us are subject to standard 
commercial tolerances unless otherwise provided hereon. 

Any claim that material fails to conform to specifi- 
cations or is defective shall be deemed waived by Buyer 
unless made in writing within 60 days from the date of 
shipment of the material to which such claim relates. 

PATENT INFRINGEMENT: If any materials shall be 
sold by us to meet Buyer's particular specifications or 
requirements and are not part of our standard line 
offered by us to the trade generally in the usual course 
of our business, Buyer agrees to defend, protect and 
save us harmless against all suits at law or in equity 
and from all damage, claims and demands for actual or 
alleged infringement of any United States or foreign 
patent, and to defend any suit or actions which may be 
brought against us for any alleged infringement because 
of the sale of the material ordered by Buyer. 

CANCELLATIONS AND RETURNS: Any request by 
Buyer for cancellation or alteration of an order, to be 
binding upon us, must be accepted by us in writing, and, 
at our option, will be subject to fair charges for expenses 
incurred and work executed by us or our suppliers up 
to the time of acceptance by us of such request. 

Delivered materials returned to us will be accepted 
only if our prior written consent has been secured. 
Handling, inspection, restocking and invoicing charges 
will be assessed if applicable, with a minimum charge of 



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NEW YO 

worth 4-; 
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CARTER 

P. O. Box 
Milik Stre 
YOrktowTi 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201. 



HARRISC 

1000 Soutl 
HUmboldl 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201- 



CAMBRII 

281 Alban: 
TRowbridj 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-617- 



PHILADE 

1955 W. H 
BAldwin 9 
Dir. Dist. ] 
TWX-215- 



$2.50 plus any outgoing packing and freight expendi- 
tures paid by us. All returns allowed must be shipped 
to us prepaid and must be in excellent resale condition. 
Materials cut to Buyer's specifications are not return- 
able. No modification of or addition to or waiver of any 
of the above terms and conditions shall be effective 
unless agreed to in writing by an authorized officer 
of seller. 

DELIVERY: Except when dehvery is made by us 
within our free dehvery areas, or unless we otherwise 
specify, dehvery will be made F.O.B. our warehouse, 
and title and risk of loss shall pass to Buyer at that 
point. We reserve the right to select means and route 
of shipment of order when specific instructions are not 
included in the order. 

FOUNDRY PRODUCTS: Unless otherwise agreed in 
writing between Buyer and Seller, the results of pressure 
tests, X-ray examinations, fluorescent penetrant exam- 
inations or other comparable inspection procedures, and 
variance of material from blueprints if such material 
has been made from pattern or core box equipment 
supplied by Buyer, shall not constitute a basis for re- 
jection of material by Buyer. All costs of transportation, 
repair, alteration and packing of Buyer's equipment 
necessary for production of material will be paid by 
Buyer. Seller shall not be responsible for loss or damage 
to Buyer's pattern or core box equipment if caused 
directly or indirectly by acts of God, wars, fires, floods, 
civil or labor commotions, or any cause reasonably 
beyond Seller's control. 

WELDING MATERIALS: The stability of the flux 
covering will vary, depending on storage conditions. 
The fumes from the burning coverings of electrodes may 
be injurious to personnel when such electrodes are used 
in inadequately ventilated spaces. Seller will not be 
liable for damages or injuries directly or indirectly 
caused by fumes resulting from the use of electrodes. 



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Need metals in special sizes to meet the exact size requirements 
of your application? Then take advantage of our roller-leveling, 
shearing, slitting, and cutting services. All are done on modem, 
efficient equipment. These services, in many cases, eliminate all 
or most of your scrap losses. It will pay you to investigate the 
next time you have a problem involving special sizes. 



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METAL 



NEW YO 

worth 4-2 
P. 0. Box 

CARTER I 

P. O. Box 
Millk Stre( 
YOrktown 
Dir. Dist. : 
TWX-201- 



HARRISO 

1000 South 
HUmboldt 
Dir. Dist. I 
TWX-201~( 



CAMBRID 

281 Albany 
TRowbridgi 
Dir. Dist. I 
TAVX-617-4 



PHILADEL 

1955 W. Hu 
BAldwin 9-! 
Dir. Dist. D 
TWX-215-51 



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"A" Nickel Sheets 
Air Conditioning Tubing 
Alumilastic Metallic Cautlting 

Compound 
Aluminum 

Alclad Sheet & Plate 
Alloys — General 
Description 
Alloy Selector Chart 
Alumilite Sheet 
Angles 

Anoclad Sheet 
Bars 
Beams 

Belt Moldings 
Bend Radii 
Bolts 

Brazing Flux 
Brazing Sheet 
Brazing Filler Stock 
Castings 
Channels 
Clips 

Column Post 
Compositions 

Chemical 

Nominal 
Conduit 

Construction Pipe 
Copings 
Corner Posts 

Corner Trim 

Cover Plates 

Counter Edges 

Crescents 

Data 

Door Frames 

Door Posts 

Drip Mouldings 

Expanded Sheet 

Extrusions 

Fascia 

Fastenings 

Fittings 

Flooring 

Foundry Additives 

Forging Bar 

Glass Frames 



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125 



222 

18-20 

253-262 

2,3 

12 

52, 54-58 

12 

32-41 

53,56 

54,55 

264 

219 

205 

13 

205 

60 

53, 55-58 

60 
56 

265, 266 
254, 255 
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58 
55, 57 
55 
57,58 
54,55 
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253-268 
55,56 
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54-59 
58,59 
219 
219, 220 
57, 58 
200 
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Aluminum (Continued) 

Glass Stops 54-56 

Gravel Stops 57-59 
Section Assemblies and 

Accessories 59 

Hand Rails 56-59 

Hand Rail Castings 85, 86 

Hand Rail Fittings 220 

Hand Rail Pipe 51 

Heat Exchanger Tubes 46, 47 

Hollow Screw Stock 45 

Hollow Trim 55, 57 
Industrial Roormg, Siding 

and Accessories 21-23 

Lintels 57 

Mechanical Properties 256-260 

Mechanical Tube 46 

Mitres 57-59 

Mouldings 54-58 

Nails 219 

Newell Hollow Trim 56 

Nuts 219 

Pattern Sheet 10,11 

Physical Properties 262, 263 

Pilasters 55, 56 

Pipe 48-51 

Plaster Slops • 57 
Plates 7,9,14-19,21 

Rigidized Sheet 21 

Rivets 219 

Rod 25-32 

Roof Bows 56 

Roof Rails - 56, 57 

Rub Rails 55, 57 

Saddles 56,57 

Screws 219 

Screw Machine Stock 26-35 

Semi-hollow Trim 55 

Sheet 4-21 

Sheet — Coiled 4-6 

Side Posts 56. 57 

Sills 57 

Slats 56 

Snapmolds 57 

Solder 205 

Soldering Flux 205 

Tees 54-59 

Thread Lubricant 221 



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Aluminum (Continued) 




Billing Weights 




Thresholds 


56-59 


Stainless Steel Plates 


137, 138 


Tool & Jig Plate 


21 


Inco Alloy Plates 


167 


Tread Plate 


16,17 


Boat Shafting 


100, 175 


Trim 


55-59 


Boat Shaft Sizes 


332, 333 


Trucit Body Castings 


60 


Boiler Tubing -- Stainless 




Tubing 


41-47 


Steel 


156 


UNITRACE Pipe and 




Bolts 


219 


Fittings 


51 


Boron 


200 


Vault Moulding 


56 


Brass 




Washers 


219 


Angles 


112 


Welding Flux 


205 


Bars 


96-103 


Welding Rod & Electrodes 


204 


Bolts 


219 


Welding Wire 23, 24, 204 


Compositions 


276-278 


Window Sills 


57 


Condenser Tubing 


112 


Window Stools 


57 


Data Section 


269-279 


Wire' 23-25, 28-31 


Escutcheon Pins 


219 


Working characteristics of 




Fasteners 


219 


wrought alloys 


267, 268 


Fittings 


219, 220 


Zees 


54-57 


Heat Exchanger Tubing 


112 


Anchorfast Nails -Monel 


219 


Naval Brass 


92,99 


Angles 




Nuts 


219 


Aluminum 


52, 54-59 


Physical Properties 


270-275 


Brass 


112, 113 


Red Brass 


95,109-111 


Monel 


189 


Rivets 


219 


Stainless Steel 


149 


Rod 


95, 98-104 


Anodes 




Screws 


219 


Copper 


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Shim Stock 


223 


Description 


269 


Spring Strip 


89 


Physical Properties 


272 


Strip 


89-91 


Areas & Circumferences of 




Tubing 


106-110 


Circles 


340-345 


Tubing Applications 


279 


Avoirdupois Weights 


249 


Washers 


219 






Brazing Flux 


205, 217 






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Aluminum 


204 






Fos-Flo 


216 


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213-218 


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Brazing Wire 


204, 213-218 


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Bronze 




Banding Strip — Stainless 




Bars 


100-104 


Steel 


137 


Bolts 


219 


Banding Strip -Monel 


168 


Compositions 


276-278 


Barlow's Formula 


334 


Ni-Vee Bronzes 


199 


Bars 




Phosphor Bronze 


93, 103, 105 


Aluminum 


32-41 


Physical Properties 


270-275 


Brass 


96-103 


Rod 


100-104 


Comparative Weights 


235-239 


Shafting 


100 


Copper 


119,120 


Sheet 


95 


Naval Brass 


99 


Strip 


93 


Stainless Steel 


139-149 


Tobin Bronze 


100 


Beams — Aluminum 


52-54 


Welding Rod 


212 


Belt Mouldings 


54,55 


Bursting Pressures — 




Billets — Stainless 


149 


Tubes 


333-336 



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NEW YO 

worth 4-2 
P.O.Box 

CARTERI 

P. O. Box 

Millk Stre< 
YOrktown 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201- 



HARRISG 

1000 South 
HUmboldt 
Dir. Dist. ] 
TWX-201-( 



CAMBRIC 

281 Albany 
TRowbridg 
Dir. Dist. I 
TWX-617-^ 



PHILADEl 

1955 W. Hi 
BAldwin 9- 
Dir. Dist. I 
TWX-215-5 



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Calcium Silicon & Casiloy 200 

Capacities of Tanks 346 

Caulking Compound- Metallic 222 

Channels — Aluminum 53, 55-59 

Chromium 200 
Circles 

Circumference & Areas 340-345 

Useful information 346 

Weights 249 

Clad Plates and Heads 224-228 

Clips— Aluminum 60 

Columbium 200 

Column Post— Aluminum 56 
Commercial Bronze 

Composition 276 

Physical Properties 270, 271 

Comparative Physical 

Properties of Metals 349 

Comparison of Gauges 3S4 

Compositions 

Aluminum (chemical) 265, 266 
Aluminum (nominal) 254, 255 
Copper (chemical) 276-278 
Inco Alloys 318-325 
Stainless Steel 280-283,311-313 
Condenser Tubing- 
Copper Base Alloys 112 
Stainless Steel 156 
Monel 191 
Conduit 52 
Construction Pipe 51 
Conversion Tables and 
Formulas 
Hardness 337 
Inches to Decimals 353 
Miscellaneous Factors 351 
S.F.M. to R.P.M. 347 
Temperature Formulas 348 
Weight Conversion 

Factors 250-252 

Copings — Aluminum 58 
Copper 

Alloys — General 

Description 269 

Anodes 127 

Compositions of Alloys 276-278 

Data Section 269-279 

Fastenings 219 

Fittings 219, 220 

Kails 219 

Physical Properties 270-275 

Pipe 127 

Rivets 219 

Rod 119. 120 



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Copper (Continued) 

Shee 117,118 

Sheet — Lead Coated 119 

Strip 116 

Tinner's Rivets 219 
Tubing 112, 121-126 

Welding Rod 212 

Wire 120, 121 

Corner Castings — Aluminum 60 

Corner Post — Aluminum 55, 57 

Corner Trim — Aluminum 55, 57 

Cotter Pins 219 

Counter Edges — Aluminum 54, 55 

Cover Plates — Aluminum 57, 53 
Creep and Rupture Properties 

of Inconel and Incoloy 330. 331 

Crescents— Aluminum 55 
Cutting Rates for Stainless 

Steel 314,315 

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Data Section 
Decimal Equivalents 
Door Frames — Aluminum 
Door Posts — Aluminum 
Drainage Tube — Cooper 
Drawings of Aluminum 
Extruded Shapes 
Drip Mouldings — Aluminum 
Ductile Iron Additives 
Duranickel 
Description 
Mechanical Properties 
Nominal Composition 
Physical Constants 



253-355 

355 

55,56 

57 

125 

61-86 

55 

199. 201 

322 
328 
322 
326 



Easy- Flo 
Elbows 

Tubing 

Pipe 
Electrodes — Welding 
Electrolytic Nickel 
Escutcheon Pins 
Everdur 

Compositions 

Physical Properties 



218 

219 
220 
204-212 
198 
219 

278 
273 



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XIV 



INDEX (Confinued) 



Exothermic Alloys 
Extrusions 

Aluminum 

Aluminum Drawings 



f 



Fascia — Aluminum 

Fasteners 

"F" Nickel 

Finishes — Stainless Steel 

Fittings 

Aluminum 

Brass - 

Inconel 

Monel 

Nickel 

Pipe Fittings 

Welding Pipe 

Rack & Rail Fittings 

Stainless Steel 

Steel 

Tube Fittings 

Valves 
Flaring Tools 
Flooring— Aluminum 
Flux 

Brazing 

Handy Flux 

Welding 
Fos-Flo 
Foundry Products 



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PAGE 

201 

54-59 
61-86 



58, 59 
219 
198 
289 

219, 220 

219, 220 

219, 220 

219, 220 

219, 220 

220 

220 

220 

219, 220 

219, 220 

219 

220 

219 

57,58 

205, 217 
217 

205. 208 
216 

197-203 



Gauges — Comparison of 
General Information 
Glass Frames — Aluminum 
Glass Stops — Aluminum 
Graphidox & Grainal 
Gravel Stops — Aluminum 
Gripper Slings 



354 
VI, VII 

55 
54-56 

201 
57-59 

221 



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PAGE 

Hand Rails 56-59 

Hand Rail Castings 60 

Hand Rail Fittings 220 

Hand Rail Pipe 51 

Handy Flux 217 

Handy & Harman Alloys 213-218 

Hardness Conversion Table 337 

Heads -Clad 228 
Heat Exchanger Tubes 

Aluminum 46, 47 

Stainless Steel 156 

Copper Base Alloys 112 
Heat Treatment — Stainless 

Steels 305-310 

Hollow Trim — Aluminum 55, 57 

Hydraulic Steel Tubing 161,162 



"H" Beams 
"H" Monel 

Mei:hanical Properties 



53 
329 



'T Beams 53 
Incoloy (alloy 800) 

Description 324 

Mechanical Properties 328 

Nominal Composition 324 

Physical Constants 326 

Pipe • 196 

Plate . 172 

Sheet 172 

Tubing 192 
Inconel (alloy 600) 

Clad Plates 224-228 

Description 323 

Fittings 219, 220 

Heads 228 

Mechanical Properties 327 

Nominal Composition 323 

Physical Constants 326 

Pipe 196 

Rectangular Rod 188 

Rod 181, 182 

Sheet 170, 171 

Welding Rod 206, 207 

Wire Cloth 221 
Inconel "X" (Alloy X-750) 

Description 324 

Nominal Composition 324 

Physical Constants 326 

Rod 182-184 

Sheet 171 

Inco-Weld "A" Welding Rod 209 

Industrial Wire Cloth 221 

Ingots 198-202 

Insulation Netting— Monel 

and Stainless Steel 222 



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PAGE 



MODE 
METAI 
SERVI 
GEARI 
YOU i 
SERVt 
YOUR 
METAL 



NEW YO 

WOrth 4-: 
P. 0. Box 

CARTER 

P. O. Box 
Milik Stre 
YOrktowri 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201 



HARRIS( 

1000 Soiiti 
HUmbold- 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201. 



CAMBRII 

281 Alban, 
TRowbrid 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-617- 



PHILADE 

1955 W. H 
BAldwin i 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-215- 



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Molybdenum 


201 


1 




Monel (Alloy 400) 




J 




Angles 


189 


V 




Banding Strip 


168 


Joint Covers — Aluminum 


58,59 


Boat Shafting 


175 






Boat Shaft Sizes 


332, 333 






Bolts 


219 






Clad Plates & Heads 


224-228 


1^ 




Condenser Tubing 


191 


It 




Description 


318 


Xv 




Fastenings 


211 






Fittings 


219, 220 


"K" Monel (Alfoy K-500) 




Heads 


228 


Description 


319 


Mechanical Properties 


327, 329 


Mechanical Properties 


328 


Nails 


219 


Nominal Composition 


319 


Nominal Composition 


318 


Physical Constants 


326 


Physical Constants 


326 


Rod 


177, 178 


Pipe 


193, 194 


"KR" Monel (alloy 501) 




Plate 


188 


Description 


321 


Rivets 


219 


Mechanical Properties 


328 


Rod 174-176. 185. 187 


Nominal Composition 


321 


Screws 


219 


Rod 


179, 187 


Sheet 


164166 






Strapping Seals 


168 






Tinners' Rivets 


219 


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Tubing 


191 


1 




Washers 


219 


1 




Welding Rod 


206, 207 


X 




Wire 


190, 191 


Lead Coated Copper Sheet 
Lintels — Aluminum 
Lithobraze 
Lukens Clad Plates 


119 

57-60 

216 

224-228 


Wire Cloth 

Wire Rope 
Mouldings — Aluminum 
MuHions — Aluminum 
Muntz Metal 


221 
221 

54-86 
58 






Composition 


276 






Description 


269 






Physical Properties - 


271 


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Sheet 


93,94 


Machining Rates 








Stainless Steel 


314,315 






Manganese 


201 






Mechanical Properties 




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Aluminum 


256-260 




tnco Alloys 


327-330 






Stainless Steel 


305-313 


Nails 


219 


Melting Points 


345 


Naval Brass 




Metallic Caulliing Compound 


222 


Rod 


99 


Metalizing Wire 




Sheet 


92 


Stainless Steel 


150 


Netting— Insulation 


222 


Monel 


191 


Newell Hollow Trim - 




Metric System 




Aluminum 


57 


Conversion to English 


351 


Nickei 




Millimeters to inch 




"A" Nickel 




Fractions 


355 


Description 


321 


Miltes — Aluminum 


57-59 


Nominal Composition 


321 



XVI 



INDEX (Continued) 



PAGE 

Nickle (Continued) 

Clad Plates & Heads 224-228 

Ductile Iron Additives 199. 201 

Fastenings 219 

Fittings 219. 220 

Foundry Products 197-203 

Grade "F" 198, 202 

Heads 228 

Ingots 198,202 

Mechanical Products 327, 329 

Physical Constants 326 

Pipe 194, 195 

Plate 170 

"QM" Niclcel 198, 201 

Sheet 169 

Shot 198, 202 

Welding Rod 206-208 

Wire Cloth 221 

Niclcel Silver 94 

Composition 278 

Physical Properties 274 

Welding Rod 212 
Nl-o-nel (Alloy B25) 

Description 173, 325 

Nominal Composition 325 

Mechanical Properties 330 

Ni-Rod Welding Electrodes 209 

Ni-Vee Bronzes 199 

Nuts 219 



PAGE 

Pipe 

Aluminum 48-51 

Comparative Weights 241, 242 

Construction 51 

Copper 127 

Hand Rail 51 

Incoloy 196 

Inconel 196 

Monel 193, 194 

Nickel 194. 195 

Red Brass 110J11 

Stainless Steel 158-161 

Pipe Fittings 220 

Plaster Stop — Aluminum 57 

Plates 

"A" Nickel 170 
Aluminum 7, 9, 14-19, 21 

Clad 224-228 

Comparative Weights 234 

Incoloy 173 

Monel 168 

Sizes Rolled — Clad 225 

Stainless Steel 137. 138 

Tooland Jig — Aluminum 21 

Tread -- Aluminum 16, 17 

Pressure Tubing 

Stainless Steel 156 

Steel- Hydraulic 161, 162 



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Pattern Sheet — Aluminum 10, 11 

Permanickel 

Description 323 

Nominal Composition 323 

Phosphor Bronze 

Composition 277 

Physical Properties 275 

Strip 93 

Welding Rods 212 

Wire Rope 221 

Phosphor Copper (Fos-Flo) 

Brazing Alloy 216 

Description 216 

Physical Constants — 

Inco Alloys 326 

Physical Properties 

Aluminum 262, 263 

Comparison of Metals 349 

Copper Alloys 270-275 

Stainless Steel 305-313 

Pilasters — Aluminum 55,56 



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Quick Melting (QM) Nickel 



Radii for Bending Aluminum 

"R" Monel 
Description 

Mechanical Properties 
Nominal Composition 



198 



264 

320 
328 
320 



Rod 179, 186, 187 

Red Brass 

Composition 276 

Physical Properties 270, 272 

Pipe 110, 111 

Reefer Flooring — Aluminum 58 

Refrigeration Tubing — 

Copper 125 

Rigidized Metal 

Aluminum 21 

Stainless Steel 137 



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MODER 

METAL 

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YOU SI 

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YOUR 

METAL 

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NEW YOF 

WOrth 4-2^ 
P. O. Box 1 

CARTE RE 

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Milik Stree 
YOrktowTi " 
Dir. Dist, I 
TWX-2014 



HARRISO 

1000 South 
HUmboldt 
Dir. Dist. I 
TWX-201-( 



CAMBRIC 

281 Albany 
TRowbridg 
Dir. Dist, 1 
TWX-617H 



PHILADEI 

1955 W. Hi 
BAldwin 9- 
Dir. Dist. I 
TWX-215-l 



Rivets 

Stock 
Rod 

Aluminum 

Brass 

Comparative Weights 

Copper 

Inconel 

Monei 

Naval Brass 

Tobin Bronze 
Roller Leveling Services 
Roof Bows — Aluminum 
Roof Rails — Aluminum 
Roofing Accessories 
Roofing Slieet 

Aluminum 

Monei 
Round Bar Sizes Needed to 
Make Hexagons and Squares 
Rub Ralls — Aluminum 



PAGE 

219 

25-32 

95, 98-104 

235-239 

119,120 

181, 182 

174-176,185,187 

99 

100 

XI 

56 

56,57 

21-23 

21,22 
165 

350 
55,57 



PAGE 



Saddles — Aluminum 56, 57 

Safety Wire— 

Monei 191 

Stainless 150 

"S" Monei 

Mechanical Properties 329 

Physical Constants 326 

Screw Machine Stock 

Aluminum 26-35 

Brass 95.98 

Stainless Steel 144-147 

Screws 219 

Selenium 202 

Semi-Hollow Trim- 

Aluminum 55 

Shaft Sizes — Boats 332, 333 

Shafting 

Monei 174, 175 

Tobin Bronze 100 

Shearing Services XI 

Sheet 

"A" Nickel 1st 

Aluminum 4-21 

Aluminum Pattern 10, 11 

Brass OS.95 

Brazing |3 

Comparative Weights 229-234 

Copper 117,118 

Incoloy 172 

Inconel 170, 171 



Sheet (Continued) 
Monei 
Rigidized 
Aluminum 
Stainless Steel 
Roofing 
Aluminum 
Monei 
Stainless Steel 

Shim Brass 

Shim Steel 

Shot 

Side Posts — Aluminum 

Sil Fos 

Silicons 

Sills — Aluminum 

Silver Brazing Alloys 

Silver Brazing Flux 

Slats — Aluminum 

Slitting Services 

Snapmolds — Aluminum 

Solder 

Soldering Flux 

Spring Brass 
Description 
Stock 

Square Tubing Weights 

Stainless Steel 
Analyses 
Angles 
Bars 

Billing Weight -Plates 
Billets — Square 
Bolts 

Clad Plates 
Corrosion Data 
Cutting Rates 
Data Section 
Electrical Properties 
Fastenings 

Finishes — Sheet, Bar, 
Plate 289 

Fittings ' 219, 220 

Hardness Conversion Table 337 
Heat Resistance Data 305-310 
Heat Treatment Data 305-310 
Matching Properties 305-310 

Machining Speeds 314,315 

Mechanical Properties 305-313 
Metalizing Wire 150 

Needle Tubing 151 

Nuts 219 

Physical Properties 305-313 

Pipe 157-160 

Ladle Analysis 160 

Mechanical Properties 161 
Plate 137, 138 



164-166 

21 
137 

21,22 
165 

130-137 

223 

223 

198 

56, 57 

215, 216 

202 

57 

213-218 
217 
56 
XI 
56 
205 
205 

269 

89 

242 

280-288 

149 

139-149 

137, 138 

149 

219 

224-227 

289-304 

314, 315 

280-315 

305-310 

219 



XVIII 



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INDEX (Continued) 



Stainless Steel (Continued) 

Rigitfjzed Sheet 

Scaling Temperatures 

Screws 

Sheet 

Tolerances 
Bar and Wire 
Cold Rolled Strip 
■^ Plate 
Sheet 

Tubing 

Ladle Analysis 
Mechanical Properties 

Valves 

Welding Electrodes 204, 

Welding Properties 

Welding Rod and Wire 

Wire 

Wire Cloth 

Wire Rope 
Steel Strip Approx. Weights 
Steel Tutiing 

Physical Properties 

Shim Stock 

Tutiing 
Hydraulic 

Tubing Weight Formulas 
Still Tubing — Stainless Steel 
Strapping Seals — Monel 
Strip 

Brass 

Bronze 

Comparative Weights 

Copper 

Monel Banding 

Steel — Weights 
Surface Feet Per Minute 

Conversion to R. P. M. 



FAGE 

137 
305-310 

219 
130-137 

139, 140 

131 

137 

130 

151 -156 

160 

161 

220 

206-211 

305-310 

210,211 

143, 150 

151 

221 

248 

316 
223 

161 
248 
156 
168 

89-91 

93 

230-233 

116 

168 

248 

347 



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Tantalum 
Tees 

Structural — Aluminum 
Temperature Conversion 
Formulas 

Terms and Conditions 
Threaded Brass Rod 
Thread Lubricants 



203 

54 

348 

Vll-X 

219 

221 



Thread Sealers 
Thresholds 

Aluminum 
Tinner's Rivets 
Titanium 
Tobin Bronze 

Composition 

Description 

Physical Properties 

Rod 

Shafting 

Welding Rod 
Tolerances — Stainless Steel 

Bar and Wire 

Cold Rolled Strip 

Plate 

Sheet 
Tooland Jig Plate — Aluminum 
Tools and Industrial 
Equipment 

Tread Plate — Aluminum 
Trim — Aluminum 
Troy Weights 
Truck Body Castings 
Truck Flooring — Aluminum 



PAGE 

221 

56-59 
219 
203 



Tube Benders 
Tube Cutters 
Tube Fittings 
Tubing 

Air Conditioning 

Aluminum 

Antenna Masts 

Brass 

Brass Telescope 

Condenser 

Copper 

Drainage 

Furniture 

Heat Exchanger 

Incoloy 

Monel 

Needle Tubing 

Refrigeration 

Stainless Steel 

Steel — Hydraulic 

Steel — Pressure 

Type "K" Anaconda 

Water Tube 

Type "L" Anaconda 

Water Tube 

Type "M" Anaconda 

Water Tube 

Utititube 

Water Tubing 

Weights 

Yellow Brass 
Tungsten 



277 

269 
272 
100 
100 
212 

139, 140 

131 

137 

130 

21 

219 
16,17 
55-59 
249 
60 
58 
219 
219 
219 



125 

41-47 

45 

106-110 

108 

112 

112,121,126 

125 

45 

46,47,112,156 

192 

191 

151 

125 

151-156 

161 

161 



122. 123 

123. 124 

124 

46 

122-124 

242-248 

106-108 

203 



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Welding Electrodes 


204. 206-211 


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Welding Flux 
Welding Rod 


205, 208 


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UNITRACE Pipe and Fittings 


51 


Aluminum 
"A" Rod 


23, 24, 204 
209 




Useful Information 


346 








Copper 


212 








Everdur 658 


212 








Inconel 


206-208 








Monel 


206, 207 


MODEI 


V 




Nicltei 

Nicitei-Siiver 

Ni-Rod 


206, 207 
212 
209 


METAI 


V-5 Foundry Alloy 


203 


Ni-Rod "55" 


209 




Valves 


m 


Phosphor Bronze 510 & 524 212 


SERVK 


Valve Lubricants 


221 


Stainless Steel 


210,211 




Vanadium 


2Q3 


Tobin Bronze 


212 


GEARI 


Vault Moulding — Aluminuin 


56 


Welding Wire 23,24,207,208,211 
Window Sills — Aluminum 57 


YOU S 


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Window Stools — Aluminum 57 








Wire 




SERVI4 


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Aluminum 


23-25, 28-31 


YOUR 




Comparative Weights 
Copper 


240 
120, 121 




Washers 


219 


Metalizing Wire 


150,191 


METAL 


Water Tubing 


122-124 


Monel 


190, 191 




Weights 




Stainless Steel 


143,150 


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Aluminum Sheet and Plate 
Brass Sheet 


1 
87 


Wire Cloth 


151,221 


NEW YO 


Brass Sheet and Strip 


87 






worth 4-i 


Circles 


249 






P. 0. Box 


Conversion Factors 
Copper Sheet 


250-252 
115 


V 




CARTER 


Cubic Inch of Metals 


251 


J 




P. O. Box 


Hexagon Rod 


237 


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Milik Stre 


Nicitel Alloys Sheet, 




Yellow Brass — Free Cutting 


YOrktown 


Strip and Plate 


163 


Bar 


95-98 


Dir Dist 


Niclcel Clad Plates 


226 


Composition 


276 


TWX-201- 


Pipe 


241, 242 


Description 


269 


Plates 


234 


Physical Properties 


270, 271 




Rectangular Bars 


238, 239 


Plate 


92 




Round Rod 


235 


Rod 


95, 96, 98 


HARRISC 


Round Tubes — Weights 




Sheet 


88-91 


1000 Soiitl 


by I.D. 


247 


Strip 


88,89 


HUmboldl 


Seamless Brass Tubing 


243-246 


Tubing 


106-108 


Dir. Dist. 


Sheets — Comparative 








TWX-201. 


Weights 
Square Rod 


229, 234 
236 








Square Tubing 


242 


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CAMBRII 


Stainless Steel Sheet 


1?9 




281 Alban; 
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Strip 

Tubing Formulas 

Wire 


230-233 

247, 248 

240 


Zees — Aluminum 
Zirconium 


54-57 
203 


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to you through our offices. Any of 
the technical literature produced by 
the Aluminum Company of America 
is yours for the asking. Some of the 
booklets and folders available are 
listed on the next page. 

In addition, our technical men are 
anxious to help you in any way 
possible. So why not call us the 
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Alloy Selector Chart 2-3 

Bar 30-41 

Castings 

Clips 60 

Hand Rail 60 

Truck Body 60 

Conduit 52 

Data Section 253-268 

Extrusions 54-59 

Fastenings — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Fittings — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Flux — See Welding and 
Brazing Section 

Forging Bar 30 

Hollow Screw Machine Stock 45 

Industrial Roofing, Siding, and 
Accessories 21-23 

Mechanical Tube 46 

Mouldings, Extruded Shapes. . 54-86 

Pipe 48-51 

Plate 7,9,14-19,21 

Rod 25-32 

Sheet 4-21 

Sheet — Rigidized ...21 

Screw Stock 26-34 

Solder — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Structural Shapes 

Angles 52 

Channels 53 

"I" Beams 53 

"H" Beams 53 

Tees 54 

Zees 54 

Tool and Jig Plate 21 

Tubing (Round, Square, 
Rectangular) 41-47 

UKITRACE Pipe and Fittings.. .51 

Welding Materials — See Welding 
and Brazing Section 

Weight Table for Sheet 1 

Wire 23-25,28-31 



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LITERATURE ON ALUMINUM 

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published by the Aluminum 
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available to you. This litera- 
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Aluminum Handbook 
Forming Aluminum 
Machining Aluminum 
Brazing Aluminum 
Welding Aluminum 
Riveting Aluminum 
Aluminum in Automatic 

Screw Machines 
Aluminum Bus Bar 
Aluminum Bus Conductor 

Handbook 
Structural Handbook 
Aluminum in Architecture 
Roofing and Siding Products 
Finishes For Aluminum 
Pipe and Fittings 
Truck Bodies 
Process Industries 

Applications 
Alloys and Mill Products 

DATA AND WEIGHTS 

Tables showing physical and 
chemical properties, weights, 
and other useful information 
on aluminum are shown in 
the Data and Weights sec- 
tions of this catalog. Call our 
nearest warehouse sales office 
on special problems. 

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New York, New York 

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Cambridge, Mass. 

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Philadelphia, Pa.. BAldwin 9-2323 

Baltimore, Md Windsor 4-2000 

Buffalo, N. Y TRiangle 6-3100 

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Silicon 


5XXX 


Magnesium 


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7XXX 


Zinc 


8XXX 


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9XXX 


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They are separated by a dash. It employs the 
letters '^O" or "F", "H" or '*T" followed 
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NEW TEMPER DESIGNATIONS FOR 



STRESS RELIEVED ALUMINUM ALLOYS 



SERVI 
YOUR 
METAI 



NEW Yl 

worth 4 
P. O. Bo: 

CARTEI 

P. O. Bo: 
Milik Sti 
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Dir. Disi 
TWX-2Q 



HARRIS 

1000 Sou 
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Dir. Disi 
TWX-2q 



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281 Alb 
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Dir. Dis 
TWX-6 



PHI LAI 

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For most alloys, the new temper designation system utilizes three 
digits after the letter **T". The first digit indicates the basic 
temper. The second digit "5" means the material has received 
stress relieval treatment. The third digit - indicates the method 
used to effect stress relief — numeral "1" denotes stretching, 
numeral "2" denotes compression; numerals *'3" through "9" 
are reserved for describing other methods of stress relief, if such 
methods are developed. 

These new temper designations have been incorporated in the 
METALOG covering those alloys affected by the change. They 

are as follows: 



PLATE 



Old Designation 



2024-T4 
2024-T4 Alclad 
6061-T6 
7075-T6 
7075-T6 Alclad 
7178-T6 
7178-T6 Alclad 



New Detignetion 



2024-T351 
2024-T351 Alclad 
6061-T651 
7075-T651 
7075-T651 Alclad 
7178-T651 
7178-T651 Alclad 



WIRE, ROD, BAR, STRUCTURALS 



Old Designation New Designation Rounds-Diameter 



2017-T4 
2024-T4 
6061-T6 
7075-T6 



2017-T451 
2024-T351 
6061-T651 
7075-T65i 



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The temper designations above apply also to the alloys of square, 
rectangular, and hexagon shaped stocks measuring one-half inch 
minimum across flats, thickness, or width. The maximum limit 
for these shapes is larger than any of the material stocked by 
Whitehead Metals, Inc. 








ALUMINUM 






SHEET AND PLATE 






WEIGHT TABLE 








1 




Square Foot 


' B.&S. 

Gauge 
Number 


Thickness 


Approx. Wt. Per Sq. Ft.- 


(in Inches) 


Sheet 


Plate 


_ 


*.190 


2.68 


_ 


- 


.188 


2.65 


- 


- 


♦.160 


2.26 


- 


- 


.156 


2.21 


- 


- 


*.125 


1.76 


- 


10 


.102 


1.44 


- 


- 


*.100 


1.41 


- 


11 


.091 


1.28 


- 


- 


♦.090 


1.27 


- 


12 


.081 


1.14 


- 


- 


♦.080 


1.13 


- 


13 


.072 


1.04 


- 


- 


♦.071 


1.00 


- 


%4 


.064 


.904 


- 


- 


♦.063 


.889 




16 


.051 


.720 




- 


♦.050 


.706 


- 


18 


♦.040 


.565 


- 


20 


♦.032 


.452 


- 


22 


♦.025 


.353 


- 


24 


♦.020 


.282 


- 


- 


.019 


.268 


- 


26 


♦.016 


.226 


_ 


28 


.012 


.178 


- 


30 


.010 


.141 


- 


32 


.008 


.113 


- 


34 


.006 


.089 


- 


_ 


3.000 


- 


42.33 


- 


2,500 


- 


35.28 


- 


2.000 


- 


28.22 


- 


1.750 


- 


24.69 


- 


1.500 


- 


21.17 


- 


1.250 


— . 


17.64 


- 


1.000 


- 


14.11 


- 


.875 


„ 


12.35 


- 


.750 


- 


10.58 


- 


.625 


- 


8.82 


- 


.500 


- 


7.06 


_ 


.375 


- 


5.29 


- 


.313 


_ 


4.41 




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Above figures are based on 1100 (5005. 5357 and 6061) alloys. 

For weights of other alloys multiply by the following factors: 

3003—1.01, 2024—1.02, 5050— .99, 

5052—0.99. 7075—1.03. 7178—1.04. ] 



ALCOA ALUMINUM 

WROUGHT ALLOYS 

SELECTOR CHART 



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Alcoa 
Alloy 



General 
Characteristics 



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YOUl 
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Dir. Disi 
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CAMBF 

281 Alba 
TRowbrii 
Dir. Disti 
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1955 W. 
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Typical Uses 



1100 Excellent forming qualities, 

resistance to corrosion, 
weldability, electrical con- 
ductivity. 



Chemical equipment, tank cars, 
heat exchangers, storage tanks, 
sheet metal work, dials and name 
plates, cooking utensils, decorative 
parts, giftware, and reflectors. 
1100-0 wire stock is often used as 
general purpose welding wire and 
where the assembly is Alumilite 
treated. 



32 Excellent Alumilite finishing 

Alumilite characteristics. Appearance 
match with 6063 after 
Alumilite. 



Store fronts, light fixtures, appli- 
ance and automotive trim, giftware. 



2011 Good machinability, unex- 

celled for free-cutting qual- 
ities, good mechanical 
properties. 



2017 Relatively high strength, 
combined with fair work- 
ability and good machin- 
ability. 



Screw-machine products, machine 
parts, atomizer and hose parts, pipe 
stems, cigarette holders, tube 
fittings. 



Screw machine products, tube fit- 
tings, pulleys, gages, coat hangers, 
crochet and knitting needles. 



2024 A high-strength material of 
adequate workability. Has 
largely superseded 2017 for 
structural applications. Use 
of 2024-0 is not recom- 
mended unless subse- 
quently heat treated. 



Aircraft parts, truck wheels, caul 
plates, piano hinges, luggage, 
scientific instruments, ski poles, 
fastening devices, veterinary and 
orthopedic braces and equipment. 



Alclad Combines high strength of 
2024 2024 with excellent resist- 
ance to corrosion in T3 and 
T4 temper. Its appearance 

is good. 

3003 Similar characteristici'~to~ 

1100 but with slightly 
higher strength, good work- 
ability, weldability, resist- 
ance to corrosion. Low cost. 
3003-H112 Plate; ASMEUn- 
fired Pressure Vessel Code 
Approved. 



Aircraft frames and skins, Venetian 
blind slats, railroad car roofs and 
sides, truck bodies, caul plates. 



Ductwork, cooking utensils, ice 
cube trays, garage doors, awning 
slats, trailer and truck panels, 
refrigerator panels, gas lines, 
gasoline tanks, heat exchangers, 
pressure vessels, storage tanks, 
chemical equipment, drawn and 
spun parts, general sheet metal 
work. 



Alclad Same as 3S, except has 
3003 higher resistance to per- 

foration under corrosive 
conditions. 



5005 Similar characteristics to 

3003, but with finer grain 
structure. Good finishing 
characteristics. 

5050 Intermediate strength, good" 
finishing characteristics. 
5050-0 Alcoa Utilitube can 
be used with compression 
or flare fittings, comparable 
to annealed copper. 



Heat exchanger tubes, chemical 
equipment, swimming pools, tea 
kettles. 

Same as 3003. 

Useful where excessive finishing 
costs are encountered in the use 
of 3003 alloys due to surface rough- 
_ n ess upon dra wl ng. 
Decorative refrigerator parts, cos- 
metic cases, general purpose tubing 
(Alcoa® Utilitube), for instrumen- 
tation lines, fuel, lubricant and gas 
lines. 

5050 Flat Sheet is a good general- 
purpose sheet metal alloy where 
strengths greater than 3003 are 
required. 



Alcoa 
Alloy 



-- 5356 



-^ 6081 



"60G3 



7075 



General 
Characteristics 



ALCOA ALUMINUM 
WROUGHT ALLOYS 
SELECTOR CHART 



Typical Uses 



5052 Excellent resistance to cor- 

rosion, especially marine 
environment; good work- 
ability, higher strength than 
1100 or 3003. Good finishing 
characteristics. 
5052-H112 Plate: ASME 
Unfired Pressure Vessel 
Code Approved. 

5154 Excellent strength and duc- 

" tility for welding alloys 
3004, 5052 (and 5154 sheet 
and plate). Used in the con- 
sumable electrode welding 
process. 



Kitchen cabinets, small boats, home 
freezers, milk crates, bus and truck 
bodies, refrigerator trays, aircraft 
tube, fencing, fan blades, shoe eye- 
lets. Sheet metal parts and home 
appliances. 

5052-H112 Plate is often used in 
tankage, high temperature vessels. 



Often used where Alumilite finish- 
ing is required. For welds of max- 
imum strength and ductility, 
particularly in thicknesses above 



^ special welding rod for 
specific uses where 
strengths greater than 5154 
are required. 



5357 A grade of sheet especially 

suited for Alumilite finish- 
ing. 



Combines relatively high 
strength, good workability 
and high resistance to cor- 
rosion; widely available. 
6061-T6 Plate: ASME Un- 
fired Pressure Vessel Code 
Approved. 



Consult your Aluminum Man. 



Ornamental trim, giftware. 



Sailboats, canoes, truck and bus 
bodies, scaffolding, transmission 
towers, mine skips, furniture, 
chemical equipment, awnings, 
marine equipment, fire ladders, 
moldings, pipe. 

Uses for 6061-T6 Plate include 
tankage, tank fittings and flanges. 
Uses for 6061-T6 Tube and Pipe" 
include general structural and high 
pressure applications, paper and 
textile rolls. 



High resistance to corrosion. 
Pleasing natural finish 
greatly enhanced by the 
Alumilite process. Adequate 
strength, low cost. 



Irrigation pipe, awning supports, 
windows, store fronts, architectural 
trim, storm sash, thresholds, stair 
rails, general utility pipe. 



6262 Good machinability with 

high-strength. Corrosion re- 
sistance and finishing 
characteristics are better 
than 2011, 2017, 2024, and 
equal to 6061. 



Fittings and couplings, camera com- 
ponents, nuts and screw machine 
products where corrosion resist- 
ance, finish, strength and machin- 
ability are important. 



Very high strength and 
hardness. 



Aircraft, keys. Used where higher 
strengths from 2024 are required. 



Alclad Very high strength, excel- 
7075 lent resistance to corrosion 

in the T6 temper. Used for 
highly stressed structural 
parts. The temper com- 
bines formability with high 
strength after heat treating. 



Aircraft. Used where higher 
strengths than Alclad 2024 are 
required. 










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One Side Bright Mill Finigh 1 


1100-0 COILED SHEET | 


Arbor: 










.032 and less — 6" I.D 










.040 and heavier— 12' 


i.D. r 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per r 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 1 


.063 


24 


I 1.78 


.020 12 


.284 j 


.050 


Zi 


1.41 


18 


.426 1 


.040 


ZA 


1.138 


24 


.568 ■ 


.032 


12 


.452 


.016 12 


.225 




18 


.678 


.012 12 


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.141 1 


.025 


12 
18 
24 


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.536 
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Mill Finish 




1100-0 COILED SHEET | 


Arbor: 

.032 and less - 6" I.D 








1 


.040 and heavier — 12" 


I.D. 




Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 






(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 





.063 


16 


1.18 




18 


1.33 




24 


1.78 


050 


18 


1.06 




24 


.141 


.040 


12 


.569 




16 


.756 




18 


.853 




20 


.948 




24 


1.138 


.032 


16 


.601 




» 


.678 




w 


.790 




24 


.904 


.025 


18 


.536 




24 


.714 


.020 


18 


.426 




24 


.568 


016 


12 


.225 




18 


.337 


012 


12 


.178 




18 


.267 


010 


12 


.141 


008 


12 


.113 



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3003-H14 COILED SHEET 


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Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 1 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 




/ (in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot | 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


f 


.125 36 5.33 


.032 


24 


.912 


48 7.11 




36 


1.37 




.100 36 4.27 




48 


1.82 




.080 24 2.29 


.025 


24 


.721 


• 


48 4.57 




36 


1.08 




.063 24 1.796 




48 


1.44 




^ 36 2,69 


.020 


24 


.572 




48 3.59 




36 


.861 


1. 


.050 24 1.426 


.016 


18 


.340 


36 2.14 




36 


.680 


- 


48 2.85 


.012 


12 


,180 




.040 12 .574 


.010 


12 


.143 




24 1.15 








i 


•ii 1.72 








^ 


48 2.29 








■ 


5005-H34 COILED SHEET 


Mill Finish 
Arbor: 










\r-2r i.D. 




■ 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 




(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 




.125 36 5.28 


.050 


36 


2.12 


1 


48 7.04 




48 


2.82 


.100 3e 4.23 


.040 


36 


1.71 




48 5.64 




48 


2.28 




.090 36 3.81 


.032 


36 


1.36 




48 5.08 




48 


1.81 


1. 


.080 3« 3.39 


.025 


36 


1.07 


48 4.52 




48 


1.43 


- 


.063 36 2.67 


.020 


36 


,85 


g 


48 3.56 


.016 


36 


.672 




5052-H32 COILED SHEET 


Mtil Finis 
Arbor: 


h 




■ 




18"-20" 


■ D. 




1 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 


1 


fin inches) 


(in inches 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


.063 36 2.64 


.032 


36 


1.34 




48 3.52 




48 


1.79 




.050 36 2. 10 


.025 


36 


1.06 


« 


48 2.80 

.040 36 1.69 

48 2.25 


.020 


36 


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TWX-5 



CAMB 

281 Aib 
TRowb 
Dir. Di 
TWX-e 



PHI LA 

1955 W, 
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ALUMINUf 


5052-H34 COILED SHEET 


Mill Finish 

Arbor: 

18"-20"I.D. 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineat Foot 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.063 36 2.64 
48 3.52 

.050 36 2.097 
48 2.796 

.040 36 1.689 
48 2.252 


.032 36 

48 

.025 36 

.020 36 


1.341 

1.788 

1.059 

.840 


3105-H25 COILED SHEET 


Arbor: 20" I.D. 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 1 
Lineal Foot | 


Thickness Width Pounds per 
(in inches) (in inches) Lineal Foot 


.050 36 2.139 
48 2.852 

.040 36 1.710 
48 2.280 

.032 36 1.368 
48 1.824 


.027 36 
48 

.024 36 
48 

•019 36 
48 


1.155 
1.540 
1.026 
1.368 
.813 
1.084 


110( 


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Mill Finish 

















Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(In inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


.125 36 X 96 


42.34 


.040 


24 X 72 


6.77 


.100 36 X 96 


33.86 




36 X 96 


13 55 


.090 36 X 96 


30.48 




48 X 144 


27.09 


.080 36 X 96 


27.09 


.032 


24 X 72 


5.42 


.063 24 X 72 


10.69 




36 X 96 


10.84 


36 X 96 


21.34 


.025 


24 X 72 


4.23 


48 X 144 


42.67 


.020 


24 X 72 


3.39 


.050 24 X 72 


8.47 


.016 


24 X 72 


2.71 


36 X 96 


16.93 


.012 


24 X 72 


2.13 


48 X 144 


33.87 










ALUMINUM 






1100.H14 SHEET 


Mill Finish 






Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


. 1 90 


36 X 96" 


64.35 


.Q40 


24 X 72t 


6.77 




48 X 144" 


= 128.70 




36 X 96 


13.55 


.125 


36 X 96 


42.34 




36 X 120 


17.07 




48 X 144 


84.67 




48 X 144 


27.09 


* . 1 00 


36 X 96 


33.86 


.032 


24 X 72t 


5.42 




48 X 144 


67.72 




36 X 96 


10.84 


.090 


36 X 96 


30.48 




36 X 120 


13.56 




48 X 144 


60.96 




48 X 144 


21.67 


r .080 


36 X 96 


27.09 


.025 


24 X 72t 


4.23 




48 X 144 


54.19 




36 X 96 


8.47 


.063 


24 X 721 


[ 10.69 




36 X 120 


10.71 


- 


3iS X 96 


21.34 


.020 


24 X 72t 


3.39 




36 X 120 


26.67 




36 X 96 


6.77 




48 X 144 


42.67 




36 X 120 


8.52 


.050 


24 X 721 


8.47 


.016 


24 X 72t 


2.71 




36 X 96 


16.93 




36 X 96 


5.42 




36 X 120 


21.18 


.012 


24 X 72t 


2.13 




48 X 144 


33.87 


.010 


24 X 721 


1.73 



*H24 Temper, halfhard obtained by 
t Also available in Bright Finish, 



strain hardening and partial annealing. 
Interleaved 



1100-H25 SHEET 


Standard 

One Side Bright 

Mill Finish, Interleaved 


Thichness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(In inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.050 36 X 96 


16.93 


.025 36 X 96 8.47 


.040 36 X 96 


13.55 


.020 36 X 96 6.77 


,032 36 X 96 


10.84 


.016 36X96 5.42 


1100-F PLATE 


Mill Finish, Mill Sheared Edge 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Plate 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 

(in Inches) 


Pounds 
Per Plate 


1 36 X 96 


338.68 


.375 48 X 144 254.00 


.750 36 X 96 


254.00 


.313 36 X 96 106.00 


.500 36 X 96 


169.34 


.250 36 X 96 84.67 


48 X 144 
.375 36 X 96 


338.64 

127.00 


48 X 144 169.34 
60 X 144 211.80 



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Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(m inches) (in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches)] (in inches) 


Per Sheet 


.125 


36 X 96 


42.76 


.050 


36 X 96 


17.11 




48 X 144 


85.54 




48 X 144 


34.21 


.090 


36 X 96 


30.79 


.040 


36 X 96 


13.68 




48 X 144 


61.59 




48 X 144 


27.37 


.080 


36 X 96 


27.37 


.032 


36 X 96 


10.95 




48 X 144 


54.74 


.025 


24 X 72 


4.28 


.063 


36 X 96 


21.55 




36 X 96 


8.55 


.063 


48 X 144 


43.11 


.020 


36 X 96 


6.84 



3003-H14 SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



Mill Finish 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.190 


36 X 96* 
48 X 120* 


65.00 
108.40 


.050 


36 X 120 


21.38 




48 X 144* 


130.00 




48 X 96 


22.82 


.125 


36 X 96 


42.76 




48 X 120 


28.51 




36 X 120 


53.40 




48 X 144 


34.21 




48 X 120 


71.20 




60 X 144 


42.77 




48 X 144t 


85.54 


.040 


36X 96 


13.68 




60 X 144 


106.80 




36 X 120 


17.11 


.100 


36 X 96 


34.08 




48 X 96 


18.40 




48 X 144 


68.16 




48 X 120 


- 22.81 


.090 


36 X 96 


30.79 




48 X 144 


27.37 




48 X 120 


51.48 




60 X 144 


34.21 




48 X 144 


61.59 


»032 


36 X 96 


10.95 


0.80 


36 X 96 


27.37 




36. X 120 


13.69 




48 X120 


46 .DO 




48 X 96 


14.59 




48 X 144 


54.74 




48 X 120 


18.25 




60X 144 


68.31 




48 X 144 


21.90 


.063 


36 X 96 


21.55 


.025 


36 X 96 


8.55 




36 X 120 


26.94 




36 X 120 


10.69 




48 X 96 


28.73 


.020 


48 X 144 
24 X 72 


17.11 
3.42 




48 X 120 


35.92 




36 X 96 


6.84 




48 X 144 


43. 1 1 




36 X 120 


8.55 




60 X 144 


53.89 


.016 


24 X 72 


2.74 


.050 


36X 96 


17.11 








tAlso 


available in a SDeclal 1 








Dull 


Finish. 


1 




H24 Temper 



8 



ALUMINUM 



_, 3003-H25 SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



36 X 
48 X 
36 X 
48 X 
36 X 



96 
144 

96 
1,44 

96 



21 .55 
43.11 
17.11 
34.21 
13.68 



3003-F PLATE 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



One Side Bright Mill Finish 
interleaved 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.040 
.032 
.025 
.020 



48 X 144 
36 X 96 
36 X 96 
36 X 96 



27.37 

10.95 

8.55 

6.84 



Mill Finish 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.250 
.250 



36 X 96 
48 X 144 



85.54 
171.07 



3105-H25 SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Mill Finish 

Also Available In Various 
Patterns 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 





.050 


36 X 96 


17.11 


■\ 


— 




48 X 1 20 
48 X 144 


28.51 
34.22 






.040 


36X 96 


13.68 




"^ 




48 X 120 
48 X 144 


22.81 
27.36 






.032 


36 X 96 
48 X 120 


10.95 
18.25 




"mi 




48 X 144 


21.90 






. . .027 


36 X 96 


9.24 




' — 




48 X 120 
48 X 144 


15.40 
18.48 






.024 


36 X 96 


8.21 




" 




48 X 120 
48 X 1 44 


13.68 
16.42 






.019 


36 X 96 
48 X 120 


6.50 
10.83 




"^ 




48X144 


13.00 








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P. O. BoJ 

Milik Strl 
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Dir. Dist 
TWX-20: 



HARRIS 

1000 Soul 
HUmbolc 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-20: 



CAMBRI 

281 Alba^ 
TRowbrid 
Dir. Dist.i 
TWX-6173 



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1955 W. H 
BAldwin i 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-2154 




1 



#E5 STUCCO PATTERN 
SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



'J'li^'i'^ 






3003-H114 Flat Pattern Sheet 
Mill Finish 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



040 


36X 96 


13.65 




48 X 144 


27.37 


032 


36X 96 


10.95 




48X144 


21.90 


025 


36X 96 


8.55 




48X144 


17.11 


020 


36X 96 


6.84 



3003-H14 EXPANDED 
ALUMINUM SHEET 


STOCK SIZES — 4 ft. 


X 8 ft. 




STAND 


^RD 


FLATTENED 


Style 


lbs. 
per 
Sq. 
ft. 


Mesh Sizes 
(in inches) 


Strand Siz. 

(in inches) 


lbs. 
per 


Mesh Sizes 
(in inches) 


Strand Siz. 
(in inches) 


Designation 


Wid. 
SWD 


Len. 

* 

LWD 


Thick- 
ness 


Width 


Wid. 

* 

SWD 


Len. 

* 

LWD 


Thick- 
ness 


Width 


i"Na.051" .27 .462 1.20 


.051 .8969 


.25 .46 


1.26 


.045 ,097 


i"NO..081" .44 .462 1.20 


.081 .0883 


.41 .46 


1.26 


.067 .101 


f"NO..051" .17 .923 2.00 


.051 .1094 


.16 .923 


2.125 


.040 .132 


|"NO..081"LT .32 .923 2.00 


.081 .1284 


.30 .923 


2.125 


.070 .141 


|"NO..081"HY.41 .923 2.00 


.081 .1646 


.38 .923 


2.125 


.070 .182 


|"NO.J25" .65 .923 2.00 


.125 .1704 


.61 .923 


2.125 


.095 .212 


li"NO..081" .22 1.33 3.00 


.081 .1275 


.20 1.33 


3.125 


.070 .138 


li"N0..125" .43 1.33 3.00 


.125 .1629 


.40 1.33 


3.125 


.080 .240 



*S.W.D. denotes short dimension of diamond; L.W.D. denotes long 
dimension of diamond- Sheet width is measured in the direction of the 
short dimension of the diamond, and sheet length is measured in the 
direction of the long dimension of the diamond. 



§\0 FLUTED PATTERN 
SHEET 



3003-H114 
Mill FInlih, In 



Thicitness 
(In inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.063 


48X 144 


43.7 


.050 


48X 144 


34.7 


.040 


48X144 


27.6 




48X120 


22.8 




48X 96 


18.4 



10 



ALUMINUM 



§10 FLUTED PATTERN 
SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



30OS-H114 Flat Pattsrn Sha«t 
Milt Finish 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.063 48 X 144 42.67 
.050 48 X 144 33.87 
.040 48 X 144 27.09 



|E13 DIAMOND 
PATTERN SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



3003-H1 14 Flat Pattarn Sh«at 
Mill Finish 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.040 48 X 144 27.6 

.032 48 X 144 21.9 

.025 48 X 144 17.3 



§m SQUARE 
PATTERN SHEET 


3003-H1 14 Flat Pattarn Shaat 
Mill Finish 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in Inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


.040 48X144 


27.37 


.032 48X144 21,90 


ms LEATHER GRAIN 


3003-HT14 Flat Pattern Sheet 
Mill Finish 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


Thichness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(In inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


.040 48 X 144 

.032 48X120 

48 X 144 


27.37 

• 18.25 

21.90 


.025 48X144* 17.10 


•HI 54 Temper 


LIGHTING SHEET - 


-TYPE 1 


1100-H18 
specular Finish, inter leaved 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


-032- 24 X 72 
.025 24 X 72 


5.4 
4.3 


.020 24X72 3.4 




1 



ALUMINUM 



LIGHTING SHEET-TYPE II 



1100.HT8 

Specular Finish, Interleaved 



Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


.032 

= 025 


24 X72 
24X96 
24X72 


5.4 
7.2 
4.3 



SERVI 
YOUri 
METAt 



NEW YC 

worth 4-! 
P. O. BoJ 

CARTER 

P. 0. Box 
Milik Str(| 
YOrktowi 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-2011 



HARRIS! 

1000 Sout 
HUmboldj 
Dir. Dist.i 
TWX-201 



ANOCLAD SHEET 



20| 

baq 



CAMB 

281 Alba] 
TRowbrid 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-61 






PHI LAD 

1955 W. H 
BAldwin i 
Dir. Dist, 
TWX-215- 



Description 



Thicl<ness & Size 
(in inches) 



Temper 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



TYPE 10. PLAIN FINISH 



TYPE 10, #10 FLUTED FINISH 



TYPE 20, PLAIN FINISH 



TYPE 20, *10 FLUTED FINISH 



.125 X 48 X 144 


H24 


84.5 


.063 X 48 X 144 


Hi 4 


42.7 


.125 X 48 X 144 


HI 14 


84.5 


.063 X 48 X 144 


Hi 54 


42.7 


.125 X 48 X 144 


H24 


84.5 


.063 X 48 X 144 


H14 


42.7 


.125 X48 X 144 


H114 


84.5 


.063 X 48 X 144 


Hi 54 


42.7 



NO. 32 ALUMILITE^ SHEET 




Thicliness 
(in inches) 


Size 

(in 

inches) 


Temper 


Pounds 
Per 
Sheet 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 

(in 

inches) 


Temper 


Pounds 

Per 

Sheet 


.125 3 

4 


6X12C 
8X12C 


) H24 


52.92 
70.56 


.040 


36X 96 H14& 
H26 


13.54 


A 


exi4i 


I " 


84.67 




36X120 " 


16.93 


.090 A 


t8X14^ 


\ H14& 
H26 


60.68 




48X 96 H14 
48X120 " 


18.06 
22.58 


.063 2 

A 


I6X12C 

exi4^ 


\ " 


26.66 
42.62 




48X144 H14a 
H26 


27.10 


.050 z 


>6X 9( 


5 " 


16.94 


.032 


36 X 96 " 


10.82 




6X12C 


3 " 


21.17 




36X120 •* 


13.52 


A 


I8X 9i 


5 H14 


22.58 




48X 96 " 


14.46 


A 


18X12C 


) 1. 


28.22 




48X120 H14 


18.07 


A 


l8X14i 


I *' 


33.87 




48X144 " 


21.73 



*Aluminum sheet with a surface quality developed for applications of 
protective and decorative coatings in natural or colored finished by 
the Alumilfte process. 



12 



I 



ALUMINUM 



#718.F BRAZING 
SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.010 
.015 



6 X 24 
6 X 24 



.145 
.218 



^ 



5005-H34 SHEET 


MiU Finish 


Thickness" 


Size 


Pounds 


Thicltness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


M25 


36 X 96 


42.34 


.050 


48 X 120 


28.24 




36 X 120 


52.80 




48 X 144 


33.87 




48 X 120 


70.40 


.040 


36 X 96 


13.55 




48 X 144 


84.67 




36 X 120 


17.07 


.100 


36 X 96 


33.84 




48 X 96 


18.29 




48 X 144 


67.68 




48 X 120 


22.76 


.090 


36 X 96 


30.48 




48 X 144 


27.09 




48 X 144 


60.96 


.032 


36 X 96 


10.84 


.080 


36 X 96 


27.09 




36 X 120 


13.56 




36 X 120 


33.90 




48 X 96 


14.46 




48 X 120 


45.20 




48 X 120 


18.08 




48 X 144 


54.19 




48 X 144 


21.67 


.063 


36 X 96 


21.34 


.025 


36 X 96 


8.47 




36 X 120 


26.67 




36 X 120 


10.71 




48 X 96 


28.45 




48 X 96 


1 1 .42 




48 X 120 


35.56 




48 X 120 


14.28 




48 X 144 


42.67 




48 X 144 


16.94 


.050 


36 X 96 


16.93 


.020 


36 X 96 


6.77 




36 X 120 


21.18 




36 X 1 20 


8.52 




48 X 96 


22.59 


.016 


36 X 96 
36 X 120 


5.42 
6.72 



*Fumrshed in H24 Temper only 



5052-0 SHEET 


Mill Finish 

.040 and heavier Interleaved 


Thict(ness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


Thicltness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


.190 48 X 144 


126.0 


.050 48 X 144 


33.2 


.125 48 X 144 


82.6 


.040 36 X 96 


13,3 


-090 48 X 144 


59.8 


48 X 144 


26.7 


.080 48 X 144 


53.1 


.032 36 X 96 


10.6 


.063 36 X 96 


20.9 


48 X 144 


21.2 


48 X 144 


41.8 


.025 36 X 96 


8.4 


.050 36 X 96 


16.6 


-020 36 X 96 


6.7 



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NEW YC 

worth 4- 
P. O. Bos 

CARTElj 

P. O. BoJ 
Milik Str< 
YOrktowi 
Dir. Disti 
TWX-20^ 



HARRIS! 

1000 Sout 
HUmbolci 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-201 



CAMBRI 

281 Albar 
TRowbrid 
Dir. Dist.' 
TWX-617i 



3 



PHI LAD 

1955 W. t 
BAldwin \ 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-215 




i|nvuMir'.L 



5052-H32 SHEET 



Mill Finish 



Thickness Size 
(in inches) l(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



Thictcness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



190 


36 X 96* 


63.69 




48 X 144* 


127.39 


125 


36 X 90 


39.14 




36 X 96 


41.90 




48 X 96 


55.04 




48 X 144 


83.81 


100 


48 X 144 


66.40 


090 


36 X 90 


28.12 




36 X 96 


30.17 




48 X 96 


40.23 




48 X 120 


50.44 




48 X 144 


60.52 


080 


36 X 96 


26.82 




48 X 96 


35.76 




48 X 144 


53.64 


.063 


36 X 96 


21.12 




48 X 96 


28.16 




48 X 120 


35.20 




48 X 144 


42.24 



.050 



.032 



.025 



36 X 96 
48 X 96 
48 X 144 
36 X 96 
36 X 144 
48 X 96 
48 X 144 
36 X 96 
48 X 96 
48 X 144 
36 X 96 
36 X 144 
36 X 96 
36 X 144 



16.76 
22.35 
33.52 
13.41 
20.27 
17.88 
26.82 
10.73 
14.30 
21.45 

8.38 
12.57 

6.70 
10.06 



*H22 Temper 


5052-H34 SHEET 1 


Mill FinliK 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


.190 


48 X 72 


63.69 


.050 48 X 144 


33.52 




48 X 144 


127.39 


.040 36 X 96 


, 13.41 


.125 


48 X 144 


83.81 


36 X 120 
48 X 96 


16.89 
17.88 


.100 


48 X 144 


67.20 


48 X 120 


22.52 


.090 


48 X 144 


60.34 


48 X 144 


26.82 


.080 


48 X 144 


53.64 


,032 36 X 96 


10.73 


.063 


36 X 96 


21.12 


48 X 96 


14.30 




36 X 120 


26.40 


48 X 120 


-17.88 




48 X 120 


35.20 


48 X 144 


21,45 




48 X 144 


42.24 


.025 36 X 96 


8.38 


.050 


36 X 96 
36 X 120 
48 X 96 
48 X 120 


16.76 
20.97 
22.35 
27.96 


.020 36 X 96 


6.70 


5052-F 


PLATE 




Mill Finish 






T 


hickness 


Size 


Pounds 






(i 


1 Inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Plate 





.250 



36 X 96 84 

48 X 144 168 
60X144 210 



L 



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I 



ALUMINUM 



5086-H32 SHEET AND 
PLATE 



Mill Finish 



Thicitness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet I 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



1.5000 


36 X 


96 


497.66 


.190 


48 X 144 


126.26 


1.250 


36 X 


96 


414.72 


.125 


48 X 144 


82.94 


1.000 


36 X 


96 


331.78 


.090 


48 X 96 


39.94 


.750 


36 X 


96 


248.84 




48 X 144 


59.90 


.500 


36 X 


96 


165.89 




60 X 96 


49.92 


.375 


36 X 


96 


124.42 




60 X 120 


62.40 


.313 


46 X 


144 


202.68 


.063 


48 X 144 


41.79 


.250 


48 X 


144 


165.89 









5454-H32 SHEET AND 1 
PLATE 1 


Mill Finish 






Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 1 
Per Sheet | 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


.190 - 48 X 144 126.07 1 


.125 


48 X 144 


82.94 



5456-H321 PLATE 



Mill Finish 



Thickness 

(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



1.000 


60 X 144 


829.44 


.750 


60 X 144 


622.08 


.500 


60 X 144 


414.72 


.375 


60 X 144 


311.04 


.250 


60 X 144 


207.36 



6061-0 SHEET AND 
PLATE 



Mill Finish 

Identified and Interleaved 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.250 


48 X 144 


169.34 


.190 


48 X 144 


128.70 


.125 


48 X 144 


84.67 


.100 


48 X 144 


67.74 


.090 


48 X 144 


60.96 


,080 


48 X 144 


54.19 



.063 


48 X 144 


42.67 


.050 


48 X 144 


33.87 


.040 


48 X 144 


27,09 


,032 


48 X 144 


21.67 


.025 


36 X 144 


12.70 


.012 


36 X 96 


5.18 



6061 -T4 SHEET 



Mill Finish 

Identified and Interleaved 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.190 48 X 1*44 128,70 

.125 48 X 144 84.67 

.090 48 X 144 60.96 

.080 48 X 144 54.19 

.063 48 X 144 42.67 



.050 


48 X 144 


33.87 


.040 


48 X 144 


27.09 


.032 


48 X 144 


21.67 


.025 


36 X 144 


12.70 



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CARTEI 

P. O. Bd 
Milik S« 
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Dir. Disi 
TWX2Q 



HARRIS 

1000 Sou 
HUmboL 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-2Q 



CAMBR 

281 Alba 
TRowbri 
Dir. DisI 
TWX-61 



PHI LAO 

1955 w. : 

BAldwin i 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-21( 







ALUMINUM 








Mill Finish 




6061-T6 SHEET 














Identifled and Oiled 




Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


.190 


48 X 144 


128.70 


.080 48 X 144 


54.19 




60 X 144 


160.80 


60 X 144 


68.40 




72 X 144 


192.96 


.063 36 X 96 


21.33 


.160 


48 X 144 


108.38 


48 X 144 


42.67 


.125 


36 X 144 


63.36 


.050 36 X 96 


16.93 




48 X 96 


56.32 


48 X 144 


33.87 




48 X 144 


84.67 


.040 36 X 96 


13.54 




60 X 144 


105.60 


48 X 144 


27.09 


.100 


48 X 144 


67.74 


.032 36 X 96 


10.83 




60 X 144 


84.60 


48 X 144 


21.67 


.090 


48 X 144 


60.96 


.025 36 X 144 


12,70 


6061.T651 PLATE 


Mill Finish 










Identifled and Interleaved 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Plate 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Plate 


3.000 


36 X 96 


1016.04 


.750 36 X 96 


254.01 


2.500 


36 X 96 


846.70 


48 X 144 


508.02 


2.000 


36 X 96 


677.36 


.625 36 X 96 


211.68 




48 X 144 


1354.72 


48 X 144 

.500 36 X 96 


423.35 

169.34 


1 .750 


36 X 96 


592.69 


48 X 144 


338.68 




48 X 144 


1185.38 


72 X 144 


. 508.02 


1.500 


36 X 96 


508.02 


.375 36 X 96 


127.01 




48 X 144 


1016.04 


48 X 144 


254.01 


1.250 


48 X 144 


846.70 


.313 36 X 96 


106.00 




36 X 96 


423.36 


.250 36 X 96 


84.67 


1.000 


36 X 96 


338.68 


48 X 144 


169.34 




48 X 144 


677.36 


60 X 144 


211.68 




72 X 144 


1016.04 


60 X 240 


352.80 


.875 


48 X 144 


592.69 


72 X 144 


254.01 


3003 i 


IBRASIV 


E 






TREAD 


PIA 


TE 










Tl 

(ir 


lickness 
inches) 


Size 


Pounds 






(intnc 


hes) 


Plate 


Sq. Ft. 





.250 48X144 163.20 3,4 
.188 48X144 124.80 2.6 
.125 48X144 81.60 1.7 



L 

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16 




606M6 TREAD PLATE 



Mill Finish, Pattern C-102 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 



HIate Sq. Ft, 



.250 



.188 



36X144 
48X192 
60X192 
48X192 
60X192 



3.7 



133.20 

236.8 

296 

179.2 2.8 

224 



2024,0 BARE PLATE 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



.250 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds 



Plate I Sq. Ft. 



.156 

.125 



.100 



48X192 140.8 

60X192 176 

48X192 121.6 

60X192 152.0 
48X192 



2.2 

1.9 



89.6 1.4 



Mill Finish 
identified and Oiled 



Size 
(in inches) 



48 X 144 



Pounds 
Per Plate 



172.80 



2024-O BARE SHEET 



Mill Finish 
Identified and Oiled 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.190 


48 X 144 


131.33 


.160 


48 X 144 


110.59 


.125 


48 X 144 


86.40 


.100 


48 X 144 


69.12 


.090 


48 X 144 


62.21 


.080 


48 X 144 


55.22 


.071 


48 X 144 


49.08 


.063 


48 X 144 


43.55 


.050 


48 X 144 


34.56 


.040 


48 X 144 


27.65 


.032 


48 X 144 


22.12 


.025 


48 X 144 


17.28 




1 Mill Finish 


E SHEET 


1 Identified and Oiled 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



.190 

.160 
.125 

.100 
.090 
.080 



36 X 96 
48 X 144 
48X 144 
36 X 96 
48X 144 
48X144 
48X 144 
48X 144 




Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



48 X 144 
48 X 144 
48 X 144 
48 X 144 
48 X 144 
48 X 144 
36 X 144 



49.08 
43.55 
34.56 
27.65 
22.12 
17.28 
10.37 



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Milik Sti 
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Dir. Dist 
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HARRIS 

1000 Sou 
HUmboIc 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-20i 



CAMBRl 

281 Albai 
TRowbrij 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-eij 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. I 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dist, 
TWX-2ig 







2024-T351 BARE PLATE 




Mill 


Finish 












Identified and Oiled 




Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Plate 


(in inches) (in inches) 


Per Plate 


3.000 


36 X 96 


1036.80 


48 X 144 


604.80 


2.500 


36 X 96 


864.00 


.750 24 X 72 


129.60 


2.000 


24 X 72 


345.60 


36 X 96 


259.20 




36 X 96 


691.20 


48 X 144 


518.40 




48 X 144 


1382,40 


.625 24 X 72 


108.00 


1.750 


24 X 72 


302.40 


36 X 96 


216.00 




36 X 96 


604.80 


48 X 144 


432.00 




48 X 144 


1209.60 


.500 24 X 72 


86.40 


1.500 


24 X 72 


259.20 


36 X 96 


172.80 




36 X 96 


518.40 


48 X 144 


345.60 




48 X 144 


1036.80 


.375 24 X 72 


64.80 


1.250 


24 X 72 


216.00 


36 X 96 


129.60 




36X 96 


432.00 


48 X 144 


259.20 




48 X 144 


864.00 


.313 24 X 72 


54.0.9 


1.000 


24 X 72 


172.80 


36 X 96 


108.17 




36 X 96 


345.60 


48 X 144 


216.34 




48 X 144 


691.20 


.250 24 X 72 


43.20 


.875 


24 X 72 


151.20 


36 X 96 


86.40 




36 X 96 


302.40 


48 X 144 
60 X 144 


172.80 
216.00 


2024-0 ALCLAD SHEET 


MUl Finish 










Identified and Interleaved 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


.190 


48 X 144 


131.33 


.050 48 X 144 


34.56 


.160 


48 X 144 


110.59 


.040 48 X 144 


27.65 


.125 


48 X 144 


86.40 


.032 48X144 


22.12 


.100 


48 X 144 


69.12 


.025 48X144 


17.28 


.090 


48 X 144 


62.21 


.020 36X144 


" 10.37 


.080 


48 X 144 


55.22 


48 X 144 


13.83 


.071 


48 X 144 


49.08 


.016 36X144 


8.29 


.063 


48 X 144 


43.55 






2024-0 i 


ILCLAD 1 


PLATE 


Mill FiniiK 
Identified and InterU 


raved 




Th 

(in 


ickness 
inches) 


S 

(in ir 


Ize 
iches) 


Pounds 
Per Plate 





jnas f- 

Sheet 



.250 48 X 144 172.80 



18 



2024-T3 ALCIAD 
SHEET 



Mill Finish 

Identified and Interleaved 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.190 


48 X 144 


131.33 


.160 


48 X 144 


110.59 


.125 


48 X 144 


86.40 


.100 


48 X 144 


69.12 


.090 


48 X 144 


62.21 


.080 


48 X 144 


55.22 


.071 


48 X 144 


49.08 


.063 


48 X 144 


43.55 


.050 


48 X 96 


23.04 




48 X 120 


28.80 




48 X 144 


34.56 



.040 



.032 
.025 
.020 

.016 

.012 



48 X 96 


18.43 


48 X 120 


23.20 


48 X 144 


27.65 


48 X 144 


22.12 


48 X 144 


17.28 


36 X 144 


10.37 


48 X 144 


13.83 


36 X 144 


8.29 


48 X 144 


11.06 


48 X 144 


8.73 



2024-T351 ALCLAD PLATE 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



I Mill Finish 
Identified and Interleaved 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Plate 



250 48 X 144 172.80 



7075-T6 BARE SHEET 

AND 
7075-T651 BARE PLATE 



Mill Finish 
Identified and Oiled 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Plate 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



3.000 


36 X 


96 


1046.88 


2.000 


24 X 


72 


348.96 




36 X 


96 


697.92 


1.750 


36 X 


96 


610.80 


1.500 


24 X 


72 


261.72 




36 X 


96 


523.44 


1.250 


24 X 


72 


218.10 




36 X 


96 


436.20 


1.000 


36 X 


96 


348.96 


.875 


36 X 


96 


305.52 


.750 


36 X 


96 


261.84 1 


.625 


36 X 


96 


218.16 ■ 


.500 


36 X 


96 


174.48 ■ 


.375 


36 X 


96 


130.80 1 




48 X 144 


261.60 ■ 



Pounds 
Per Plate 



.313 


36 X 96 


109.20 


.250 


48 X 144 


174.50 


.125 


48 X 144 


87.26 


.100 


48 X 144 


69.81 


.090 


48 X 144 


63.02 


.071 


48 X 144 


49.45 


.063 


48 X 144 


43.97 


.050 


48 X 144 


34.91 


.040 


48 X 144 


27.92 


.032 


48 X 144 


22.35 


.025 


48 X 144 


17.45 


.020 


48 X 144 


13.96 


.016 


48 X 144 


11.15 





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7075-0 
SHEET 



BARE 



Mill Finish 

Identified and Interleaved 



Thickness 
(in Inches) 



.125 
.100 

.090 
.071 
.063 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



48 X 144 87.26 

48 X 144 69.81 

48 X 144 63.02 

48 X 144 49.45 

48X144 43.97 



Size 

(In inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.050 


48 X 144 


34.91 


.032 


48 X 144 


22.35 


.025 


48 X 144 


17.45 


.020 


48 X 144 


11.15 



rm 

SERl 
YOU 
MET! 



NEW 

worth 
P.O. B 

CARTE 

P.O. B 
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YOrkto 
Dir. Di! 
TWX-2 



HARRI 

1000 Soi 
HUmbcj 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2 



CAMBF 

281 Albs 
TRowbri 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-61 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwin , 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-21 



7075-0 ALCIAD 




Mill Finish 






SHEET 






Identified 


and Interleaved 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


.190 


48 X 144 


132.64 


.050 


48 X 144 


34.90 


.160 


48 X 144 


1 11.69 


,040 


48 X 144 


27.93 


.125 


48 X 144 


87.26 


.032 


48 X 144 


22.34 


.100 


48 X 144 


69.81 


.025 


36 X 144 


13.09 


.090 


48 X 144 


62.83 


.020 


36 X 144 


10.47 


.080 


48 X 144 


55.77 




48 X 144 


13.97 


.071 


48 X 144 


49.57 


.016 


36 X 144 


8.32 


.063 


48 X 144 


43.99 
















» 

















7075.T6 ALCLAD 




Mill Finish 


- 




SHEET 






Identified 


and Interleaved 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


.190 


48 X 144 


132.64 


.040 


48 X 144 


27.93 


.160 


48 X 144 


111.69 


.032 


48 X 144 


22.34 


.125 


48 X 144 


87.26 


.025 


36 X 144 


13.09 


.100 


48 X 144 


69.81 




48 X 144 


17.45 


.090 


48 X 144 


62.83 


.020 


36 X 144 


10.47 


.080 


48 X 144 


55.77 




48 X 144 


13.97 


.071 


48 X 144 


49.57 


.016 


36 X 144 


8.32 


.063 


48 X 144 


43.99 




48 X 144 


11.17 


.050 


48 X 144 


34.90 


.012 


48 X 144 


8.54 



20 



TOOL AND JIG PLATE 



TYPE 300 - Cast 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Weight 
per Plate 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 

(in inches) 



Weight 
per Plate 



4 

3 

2.V2 

2 

IV4 

IV2 

1*4 



48 X 96 


1862 




48 X 96 


1629 




48 X 96 


1396 




48 X 96 


1164 




48 X 96 


931 




48 X 96 


814 




48 X 96 


698 




48 X 96 


582 







48 X 96 


465 


'A 


48 X 96 


349 


% 


48 X 96 


291 


V2 


48 X 96 


233 


% 


48 X 96 


175 


V16 


48 X 96 


148 


V4 


48 X 96 


116 



RIGIDIZED ALUMINUM SHEET 

Aluminum Sheet is also available with rigidized patterns. There 
^hrnlfV^"^^^' ^^ attractive patterns to select from. It can be 
nforSn '^^"'' ^' ^ " flat-rolled metal. Call for additional 



INDUSTRIAL ROOFING, 
SIDING AND 
ACCESSORIES 



Corrugated Industriar Roofing and Siding 



THICKNESS: 
LENGTHS; 

WIDTHS: 



CORRUGATION: 
WEIGHT: 

FINISH: 



.024" AND .032'' 

'^F/!^'^^'^"^S OF 6 INCHES 

.024" — 3' THRU 24' ... 

.032" — 3' THRU 30' 

ROOFING 35" OVER-ALL (32" COVERAGE WITH 
.,0/4 CORRUGATIONS SIDE LAP) 

W.-TM^Xf^:;''^^'- ^^^'Z^" COVERAGE 
cjiniKir- -i^Hi^ ' V2CORRUGATIONSSIDELAP) 

SIDING 33 34- OVER-ALL (32" COVERAGE WITH 

1 CORRUGATION SIDE LAP) 
2.67" PITCH X yg" DEPTH 

032" ~~ iXo ES.^DS^ ^^^ ^00 SQUARE FEET 
.032 — 55.2 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE FEET 

PLAIN MILL FINISH 

STUCCO EMBOSSED (E5 PATTERN) 

LOW SPECULAR GLOSS 

EMBOSSED WITH ALUMALURE FINISH 



Industrial Siding Sheet, 4-Inch Ribbed 



THICKNESS: 

LENGTHS: 

WIDTHS: 

RIB: 

WEIGHT: 

FINISH: 



.032" AND .040" 

3' THRU 30' IN INCREMENTS OF 6 INCHES 

'^yiDE^L^'A^pT'''"'" ^"^^^ ^O^^f'AGE WITH 1 R|B 

1'' DEEP, 4" PITCH 
INNER FLAT 



.032' 
.040" 



1 %" OUTER FLAT, T %' 



%Vl Z?y^^^ ^^^ ^00 SQUARE FEET 
71.8 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE FeEt 



STUCCO EMBOSSED 

EMBOSSED WITH ALUMALURE FINISH 



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INDUSTRIAL ROOFING, 
SIDING AND 
ACCESSORIES 



Industrial Siding Sheet, 8-lncli Ribbed 



YOl 
SERVI 
YOUl 
MET4 



THICKNESS: 

LENGTHS: 

WIDTHS: 

RIB: 

WEIGHT: 

FINISH: 



.032" AND .040" 

3' THRU 30' IN INCREMENTS OF 6 INCHES 

415/8" OVER-ALL (40" COVERAGE WITH 1 RIB 
SIDE LAP) 



1" DEEP. 8" PITCH. 
INNER FLAT 



5 5/8'' OUTER FLAT. 1 %" 



.032" 
.040" 



51.9 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE FEET 
64.8 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE FEET 



STUCCO EMBOSSED 

EMBOSSED WITH ALUMALURE FINISH 



NEW 

worth 
P. 0. B 

CARTI 

P. O. B 

Milik S 
YOrkto 
Dir. Dii 
TWX-2 



Induitrlal Roofing and Siding, V-Beam 



THICKNESS: 

LENGTHS: 

WIDTHS: 

V CORRUGATION: 

WEIGHT: 

FINISH: 



.040" AND .050" 

3' THRU 30' IN INCREMENTS OF 6 INCHES 

41%" OVER-ALL (39" COVERAGE WITH 1 -V 
SIDE LAP) 

1 3/4" DEEP. 47/8" PITCH. 34" EACH ON TOP AND 
BOTTOM FLAT 

.040" ~ 72.2 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE FEET 
.050" ~ 90.3 POUNDS PER 100 SQUARE FEET 

STUCCO EMBOSSED 

EMBOSSED WITH ALUMALURE FINISH 



HARRI 

1000 Soi 
HUmbo 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2 



CAMBI 

281 Albj 
TRowbi 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-6] 



Perforated Corrugated Sheet 



THICKNESS: 

LENGTHS: 

WIDTHS: 

PERFORATIONS : 

CORRUGATION: 
FINISH: 



.024" 

3' THRU 24' IN INCREMENTS OF 6 INCHES 

333/4" OVER-ALL (32" COVERAGE WITH 1 COR- 
RUGATION SIDE LAP) 

Vs" DIAMETER ON 2 1/64" STAGGERED CENTERS. 
APPROXIMATELY 1 4 % OF SURFACE OPEN 

2.67" PITCH X 7/g" DEPTH 

STUCCO EMBOSSED 

EMBOSSED WITH ALUMALURE FINISH 

APPROXIMATELY 
SQUARE FEET 



37.3 POUNDS PER 100 



PHI LAI 

1955 W 
BAIdwin 
Dir. Di! 
TWX-2 



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ALUMINUM 



INDUSTRIAL ROOFING 
ACCESSORIES 



Description 



Size (inches) 



CLOSURE STRIP FOR CORRUGATED 032 X 3 X 32 

CLOSURE STR»P FOR V-BEAM 040 X A^ViG X 39 

CLOSURE STRIP FOR 4" AND 8" RIBBED 

INDUSTRIAL SIDING 032 X S^Vie X 40 

ROLL FLASHING {ANNEALED TEMPER^ 032 X 20 % X 600 

FLAT FLASHING SHEET 032 X 36 X 96 

FLAT FLASHING SHEET 032 X 48 X 1 20 

FLAT FLASHING SHEET 040 X 36 X 96 

FLAT FLASHJNG SHEET 040 X 48 X 1 20 

FLAT FLASHING SHEET 050 X 36 X 96 

FLAT FLASHING SHEET 050 X 48 X 120 

PLAIN RIDGE ROLL 032 X 20% X 96 

CORRUGATED SIDE WALL FLASHING 032 X 13^4 X 96 

CORRUGATED END WALL FLASHING 032 X 1'3 3^ X 42 

COLOR CAPS {WITH STAINLESS STEEL 

INSERTS) . ^ 5/g o.D. 

SLOTTED HEAD (TYPE A) SHEET METAL 

SCREW ALLOY 2024-T4 )?1 2 X V4 

STAINLESS STEEL SELF-TAPPING SCREWS (#14 X 1 

(ALLOY 305 CADMIUM PLATED) WITH ^#14 X M/i 

RECESSED HEX HEADS WITH A COM- (#14X3 

POSITE ALUMINUM AND NEOPRENE 

WASHER ATTACHED 



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T 100-0 COILED WIRE 


Commercial Flntth 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.051 .0023 
.064 .0038 
.081 .0060 


.091 

V32 
.102 


.0076 
.0081 
.0096 


Vs 


.0145 
.0324 
.0577 


4043-0 COILED WELDING 

WIRE 

(Formerly "5% Silicon") 


Commercial Finish 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Vi6 .0036 
V32 .0080 
i/s .0144 


V32 
Ms 


.0223 
.0322 
.0573 



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4043-H18 COILED 
WELDING WIRE 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Vi6 (HI 9) 
.091 

V32 

H 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.0036 
.0075 
.0080 
.0144 



i.MIMHII 



Commercial Finish 



Diameter 
(in incties) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V32 .0223 

Vi« .0322 

V4 <H 1 6)TEMPER) .0573 



YOl 
SERl 
YOUl 
META 



NEW Y 

worth 4 
P. O. Bq 

CARTEl 

P. O. Bo 

Milik St 
YOrktov 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2C 



HARRIS 

1000 Soii 

HUmbo] 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2( 



CAMBF 

281 Alba 
TRowbr 
Dir. DipJ 
TWX-61 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwitJ I 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-21 



1100-H19 COILED WIRE 



Diameter 
(in incties) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.0«I .0076 
H .0145 
V16 (HI 8) .0324 



1100 ROUND DRAWN 
STRAIGHT WIRE 

(temper after diameter) 


Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Vs (HI 9) .0145 1 
V32 (HI 8) .0225 


V16 (HI 8) 

Va (hi 6) 


.0324 

.0577 


V16 (H14) .0901 


1100-H14 RIVET 
WIRE COILED 




Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.061 .0035 
.092 .0078 
.118 .0129 


.123 
.154 
.162 


.0143 
.0223 
.0242 


.184 .0314 
.247 .0560 



24 















. ALUMINUM 




2017-H13 AND 2117-H15 
RIVET WIRE - COILED 


- ' " ^ . •• ' 




^ Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pountfs per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.092 .0078 
» .123 .0143 


.154 .0023 
.184 .0314 


.247 .0560 


[ 2017-T4 COILED Vi 


fIRE 






~ 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.116 

.172 



.0129 
.0272 



H ! 

C , 

E I 

2 




5 

i 
fn 









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1100-F ROUND ROD 


Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


COLD FINISHED 


COLD FINI 


SHED 


ROLLED 




% . 1 297 


1 


.9227 


2 


3.6908 


Vi6 .1766 


1V4 


1.4417 


*2V4 


4.6711 


Vz .2306 


1% 


1.7445 


*2i^ 


5.7667 


Vi6 .2919 


1V2 


2.076 


*3 


8.3042 


% .3604 


ROLLED 




tavz 


11.3029 


^4 .5190 


1 V4 


2.8257 


t4 


14.7630 


Vb .7064 


178 


3.2437 







m 

X 

• H 

n 
m 



*Random 6 to 12 foot Lengths. 
tRandom 3 to 1 2 foot Lengths. 



25 



1 



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SER 
YOl 
METi 



'J 

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NEW 

worth 
P.O. B 

CARTI 

P.O. B 
Milik S 
YOrkto 
Dir. Dij 
TWX-2 



HARRI 

1000 Sol 
HUmbo 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2( 



CAMBI 

281 x\lb^ 
TRowbi 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-6: 







ALUMINUM 














) 




i^^ 


i^^ 


2011-T3 ROUND ROD 


Standord Screw Mochlne Stock* 
Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 


Diameter 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


DRAWN 




COLD FINISHED 


ROLLED 


H 


.0149 


'Vm 


.338 


lVi6 2.34 


V32 


.0233 


% 


.375 


!% 2.53 


3/1. \^ 


.0336 


2V32 


.414 


l"/i6 2.74 


^M \ 


.0459 


^Vie 


.454 


1 34 2.95 


»»/i4 


.0525 


v< 


.540 


l»Vi6 3.15 


V* 


.0600 


»Vie 


.633 


lyg 3.37 


^V64 


.0679 


% 


.735 


IIV16 3-59 


V32 


.0756 


>Vi« 


.845 


2 3.84 


»/i« 


.094 


1 


.960 


2V8 4.34 


"732 


,113 


IVie 


1.08 


2% 4.86 


COLD FIN 


ISHED 


IVs 


1.22 


2% 5.41 


% 


.135 


lVl6 


1.35 


2 1/2 6.00 


2s^4 


.147 


IVi 


1.49 


2Vi6 6.30 


13^2 


.159 


lVl6 


1.66 


2 3/4 7.26 


Vl6 


.184 


1% 


l.Bl 


2% 7.93 


1»^3 


.210 


lVi« 


2.00 


t3 8.64 


Vi 


.240 


IVi 


2.16 




1V32 


.271 








^V64 


.290 








«A6 


.305 









*AII above items may be obtained in 201 1-T8. 
JRandom 6 to 1 2 foot Lengths. 



PHiLAt 

1955 W. 
BAldwirJ , 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2] 



26 



ALUMINUM 



2017-T4 AND 2017-T451 
ROUND ROD 

(Temper designation listed) 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



3^2 

Me 

V4 

^Ve4 
Vie 



T4 



.0083 

.0147 

.023 

.028 

.033 

.045 

.054 

.059 

.07 

.075 

.093 



Standard Screw Machine Steele f 
Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 



Diameter 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



COLD FINISHED 
2 5/32 T451 .580 



COLD FINISHED 

% T4 .134 

13^2 - .157 

Vie *' .182 

15/32 ** -208 

1^ T451 .238 

^-^hz " .268 

Vie ** .302 

19/32 '* .335 

s/g - .371 

21/32 '* .426 

11^6 *• .449 
.491 



2 3/^2 
¥4 



.535 



>Vie 
% 
»Vie 
1 

I Vie 
IVa 
IVie 
IV4 
IVie 
IVs 
IV16 
IVi 

ROLLED 

1% 

II Vie 

13/4 

nVie 

1% 

nVie 

2 
*2Vi6 

*21/8 

*2Vie 



.627 
.727 
.837 
,956 
1.07 
1.21 
1.34 
1.48 
1.64 
1.79 
1.98 
2.14 

T451 2.32 
2.51 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2.71 
2.92 
3.12 
3.34 
3.56 
3.80 
4.05 
4.30 
4.55 



ROLLED 
*2V4 T451 
*2Vi6 
*2H 
*2Vie 

♦21/2 

*2Vie 
*25/8 

*2y4 
*2y8 

*3 

*3V8 
*3V4 
*3y8 
|3>^ 
^33/4 
XA 
4V8 

t4V4 
141/2 
143/4 

t5 

t5H 

t6 

t7 

t8 



T4 



4.81 
5.08 
5.36 
5.64 
5.94 
6.24 
6.55 
7.19 
7.86 
8.55 
9.28 
10.04 
10.83 
11.64 
13.36 
15.21 
16.34 

17.17 
19.24 
21.44 
23.76 
28.84 
34.21 
46.57 
60.82 



t Screw 
Other 



Machine Stock includes Sizes !/« " to 3% " inclusive. 
Sizes are Regular Rod. 

♦Random 6 to 1 2 foot Lengths. 

iRandom 3 to 1 2 foot Lengths. 



H 
C 

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-\ 

7i 

C 

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H 
C 

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0) 



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X 

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m 
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27 



YOl 

YOU 
METi 



NEW ^ 

worth 
P.O. B 

CARTI 

P.O. B 
Milik S 
YOrkto 
Dir. Di 
TWX-2 



HARRI 

1000 So 
HUmbc 
Dir. Dij 
TWX-2 



CAMBI 

281 Alb 
TRowb] 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-6: 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwii 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2] 







ALUMINUM 














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2024-T4 AND 2024-T351 


Standard Screw Machine Stockt 


ROUND WIRE AND ROD 


Standard 


12 Foot Lengths 


(Temper d 


esignation listed) 








Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in Inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


DRAWN 






ROLLED 




{ 


Vs 


T4 


,014 


1% 


T351 


3.302 


Vu 


44 


.033 


2 






3.757 


COLD FIN 


ISHED 


.059 
.092 


*2% 
*2V4 






4.241 
4.755 


% 


T4 


.132 


*23/8 






5.298 


Ms 


- 


.180 


^^y^ 






5.870 


^h 


T351 .235 1 


*2y8 






6.472 


^h% 




.297 


*2 34 






7.103 


V4 




• .367 

• .444 

• .528 


*2y8 

*3 






7.763 
8.453 


»»A« 




• .620 


*3V8 






9.191 


% 




* .719 


*3y4 






9.941 


"^t 




.825 


*3 3^ 






10.72 


1 




.939 


t3i4 






11.53 


HA. 
!V4 




1.060 
1.188 
1.468 


t4 




' 


13.23 
15.06 


l»/i« 




1.618 


t4V4 






17.00 


1% 




1.776 


\Ay^ 






19.06 


T'/4« 




1.941 


14 3/4 






* 21.19 


IV2 




2.113 


t5 






23.46 


ROLLED 

1% 


T351 2.293 
•* 2.480 


t5V4 
tSVz 






25.89 
28.56 


1% 


. . 


'• T 2.876 


6 


" 


33.88 




■ '■•■ 




6Vz 


T4 


39.76 



IScrew Machine Stock includes sizes 
Vi" to SH" inclusive. 
Other Sizes are Regular Rod. 



*Random 6 to 1 2 
fRandom 3 to 1 2 



foot lengths. 
foot lengths. 



28 



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6061-T6 AND 6061-T651 
ROUND WIRE AND ROD 

(Temper designation lifted) 




Standard Screw Machine Stock| 
Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 



Diameter 


"^ 




Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in incites) 






Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


DRAWN 






4\$/ * 

1 /i6 


3.463 


v. 


T6 


.014 


2 


3.69 


M» 


.* 


.032 


2V,, 


3.925 


'4 


i» 


.058 


*2V8 •• 4.17 


'16 


" 


.090 


2^, 


4.415 


COLD FINISHED 




,2V, 


4.67 


% 


T6 


.130 


2% 


5.204 


'^. 


II 


.177 


2% 


5.77 


% 


T651 


.231 


2% 


6.357 


'4« 


If 


.291 


2'V,, 


6.642 


% 


;. 


.360 


2% 


6.98 


% 


" 


.519 


2'^, 


7.298 


"^6 


" 


.609 


2% 


7.625 


% 


" 


.706 


*3 


8.30 


"'i. 


•• 


.811 


3% 


9.010 


1 


" 


.923 


3V4 


9.74 


1'^,6 


i» 


1.041 


3% 


10.510 


iV. 


'* 


1.17 


tsV, 


11.30 


I'/i. 


" 


1.301 


t3V4 


12.98 


1'/4 


ft 


1.44 


t4 


14.76 


1^6 


tf 


1.59 


u% 


18.68 


1'/. 


ft 


1.74 


ts 


23.07 


IV, 


" 


Z08 


tsVa 


28.00 


ROLLED 






t6 


33.22 


IV. 


T651 


2.44 


t6V, 


38.98 


I'M* 


fi 


2.627 


t7 


45.21 


l'/4 


" 


2.82 






1"^. 


»f 


3.031 






1'/. 


" 


3.24 






JScrew Mach 


ine Stock 


includes sizes 


*Random 6 to 1 


2 foot lengths. 


•/."to 3%' 


' Inclusive 




jRondom 3 to 1 


2 foot lengths. 


Other Sizes 


are Regi 


jiar Rod, 







A 



-0 



29 



YOl 
SERVI 
YOUR 
METAI 



NEW Y< 

worth 
P. 0. B< 



CARTEI 

P. O. Bo: 
Milik Str 
YOrktow 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-20: 



HARRIS 

1000 S0UI 
HUmbolc 
Dir. Dist: 
TWX-20: 



CAMBR 

281 Albai 
TRowbri( 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-6ij 



PHI LAD 

1955 W. 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-2li; 



t 
4 



Ji 



ALUMINUM 



2014-F ROUND 
FORGING BAR 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 

^% 
^% 

2 



.923 
1.442 
2.076 
2.826 
3.691 



CLASS 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



6061-F ROUND 
FORGING BAR 



Diameter 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2V4 

4V. 



4.671 
5.767 
18.684 



2% 
3% 
4% 



CLASS 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



5 
6 



7075-F ROUND 
FORGING BAR 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2 

2V2 



3.691 
5.767 



CLASS 



Diameter 

(in inches) 



3 



30 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



4.671 
5.767 
6.358 
9.746 
18.684 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



23.067 
33.216 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



8.304 

18.684 



I 



ALUMINUM 



6063-T5 EXTRUDED 
ROUND ROD 



16 Foot Lengths 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Vt 


.235 


% 


.368 


% 


.530 




.942 



^^^ 


d^^ 


6262.T9 ROUND WIRE 


Standord Screw Machine Stock 


AND ROD 




Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


DRAWN 




ROLLED 


V4 


.058 


1 3/4 2.83 


COLD FINISHEC 


) 


2 3.69 


% 


. 1 30 
.230 
.360 
.518 
.706 


2V4 4.67 
21/2 5.76 

2 3/4 6.97 

3 8.29 


1 


.922 




1% 


1.43 




1% 


2.07 





iKl 



m 

c 



H 
C 

> 

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I 
> 
TJ 

m 

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m 

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Si 

TJ 

m 

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31 



T 



Yoir\ 

SERV 
YOUl 
META 



NEW Y 

worth i 
P. O. B( 

CARTE 

P. O. B( 
Milik Si 
YOrktoi 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-2( 



HARRi: 

1000 Soi 
HUmbo: 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2( 



CAMBF 

281 Alb£ 
TRowbr 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-6] 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwinl i 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-21 





ALUMINUM 




\ 




1^ 

7075-T6 AND 
ROUND ROD 

(Temper designa 


7075-T651 

tion listed) 


Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



COLD FIN 


SHED 




% 


T6 


.133 


H 


T651 


.237 


1 


' ' 


.534 
.930 


IVs 


*' 


1.20 


1V4 


t* 


1.484 


iVs 


" 


1.796 


IV, 


•' 


2.14 


1% 


" 


2.509 


ROLLED 






2 


T651 


2.91 
3.80 


2V4 




4.811 


2V2 




5.94 


2 3/4 




7.!9 


3 




8.55 


3V2 




11.64 


4 




15.21 



§^m^ 




f^^^ 




201 1-T3 HEXAGONAL BAR 1 


Standard Screw Machine Stock 






Standard 12 Foot^Lengths 


Size 




Pounds per 


Size 




Pounds per 


(in inches) 




Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 




Lineal Foot 






13/16 COLD FINISHED 699 


V* COLD FINISHED .066 1 


7/g 


.810 


Vl6 




.104 
.125 


1 


.929 

1.06 


% 




.148 


l'^* 


1. 192 


Vl6 




.203 


IVa 


1.34 


Ms 




.265 


11/4 


1.66 


Vl6 




.335 


lyg 


2.00 


% 




.413 


11/2 


2.38 


^Vl6 




.500 


13/4 


3.254 


V4 




.595 


2 


4.236 



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f^^B 




2017-T4 AND 2017-T451 








HEXAGONAL BAR 

(Temper designation listed) 


Standard Screw Machine Stock 
Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 1 
Lineal Foot | 


Size 
(in incties) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


DRAWN 




COLD Flh 


ISHED 




Vl6 T4 


.037 


IVa 


T451 


1.33 


Va 


.065 


lVl6 


- 


1.47 


Vl6 


.102 


1V4 


•• 


1.64 


COLD FINISHED 




IVie 


.. 


1.80 


% ' T4 


.147 


1% 


*• 


1.98 


Vl6 


.201 


IVie 


•• 


2.16 


1^ T451 


.262 


IVz 


•* 


2.36 


•A« 


.332 


ROLLED 






% 


.409 


1% 


T451 


2.77 


iVi6 r 


.495 


iy4 


** 


3.2.1 


¥4 


.589 


1% 


** 


3.69 


iM« 


.692 


2 


• 4 


4.19 


% 


.802 


2^.^6 


** 


5,21 


»Vl6 


.920 


*2V4 


** 


5.31 


1 


1.05 


*2y2 


** 


6.55 


lVl6 


1.18 


♦2 3/4 


«• 


7.92 








*3 




«• 


9.43 



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C 




3 

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c 



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C 

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I 
> 

TJ 

m 



m 

X 

m 



*Random 6 to 1 2 foot lengths. 



33 



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ALUMINUM 



YOl 
SERV 
YOUl 
META 



i^EW Y 

worth ^ 
P. O. Be 

CARTE 

P. O. Be 
Milik St: 
YOrktov 
Dir, Dis 
TWX-2G 



HARRIJ 

1000 Soi 
HUmbol 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2( 



CAMBF 

281 Alb£ 
TRowbr 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-61 



PHiLAD 

1955 W. 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-21 



1^^ 






1^^^ 




2024-T4 AND 2024-T351 








HEXAGONAL WIRE AND 








BAR 

(Tompar 


deilgnotlon lifted) 


Standard 1 2 Foot Longthi 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


COLD FIN 


ISHED 




COLD FrNISHED 




Vie 


T4 


.036 


1V8 


T351 


1.31 


V4 


*' 


.064 


IV4 


" 


1.62 


Vie 


** 


.101 


1»^ 


*' 


1.96 


% 


" 


.146 


iy2 


" 


.2.33 


Vie 


- 


.199 


ROLLED 






Vz 


T351 


.259 


1% 


T351 


2.74 


Vie 




.328 


iy4 




3.18 


% 




.405 


^Vm 




3.65 


>Vie 




.491 


2 




4.15 


% 




.584 


*2i/4 




5.25 


Vb 




.794 


*2H 




6.48 


1 




1.04 


*2 3/4 

*3 




7.85 
9.34 







*Random 6 to 1 2 foot lengths. 


6061-T651 HEXAGONAL 




* 


BAR 




Standard 12 Foot Lengths 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


. Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineai Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


% 


.572 


i"4* 


2.897 


\ 


.778 


1^^^6 


3.342 


1 


1.016 


IV, 


3.576 


iM* 


1.147 


2 


4.069 


\'/h 


1.750 


sVe 


4.594 


\\ 


1.921 


2Vs 


5.967 


1V2 


2.^6 


2% 


7.010 


1% 


2 686 







34 



ALUMINUM 



6063-T5 EXTRUDED 
HEXAGONAL BAR 



1 6 Foot lengths 



Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


H 


.259 


Vi 


.586 


1 


1.039 


IH 


2.237 



6262-T9 
HEXAGONAL BAR 



Standard Screw Machine Stoclr 
Standard 12 Foot Lengths 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



34 COLD FINISHED .571 



1100-H14 SQUARE WIRE 



Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Vl6 DRAWN .0413 

Va " .0734 

Vi6 *' -1148 

*% COLD FINISHED .1652 

*F Temper 



cn 

c 



H 

c 

> 

r 

0) 

I 
> 

TJ 

m 

Ui 



m 

X 

• H 

n 

■0 

m 



35 




NEW Y 

worth ^ 
P. O. Be 

CARTE 

P. O. Be 
Milik St 
YOrktov 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2( 



HARRIJ 

1000 Soi 
HUmbol 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-2C 



CAMBF 

281 Alba 
TRowbri 
Dir: Dis1 
TWX-61 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-21 



ALUMINUM 



2017-T4 AND 2017-T451 
SQUARE BAR 

(Temper designation listed) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



COLD FINISHED 

% T4 .170 

'^6 " .231 

'/2 T451 .302 

% " .472 

% •• .679 

'^u .798 



Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



COLD FINISHED 

Ve T451 .925 

1 ** 1.21 
IV4 " 1.89 
iVa " 2.62 
ROLLED 

2 T451 4.83 



















\ AND 2024-T351 
E BAR 


l^KH 




2024-T- 
SQUAR 


Standard 12 Foot Le 


ngths 


(Temper 


designation lifted) 




• 




Size 






Pounds per 


Size 




Pounds per 


(in inches) 






Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 




Lineal Foot 


COLD FINISHED 




ROLLED 






'^6 


T4 


.120 


1% 


T351. 


3.66 


\ 


n 


JI68 


2 


f» 


4.78 


y,. 


»» 


.229 


EXTRUDED 






\ 


T351 


.299 


2V4 


r35i 


6.076 


'/;« 


" 


.378 


2V2 


»' 


7.500 


% 


•• 


.467 


2% 


l> 


9.076 


\ 


•t 


' • .672 


3 


II 


10.800 


% 


" 


.916 


ROLLED 






1 


ft 


1.19 


*3V, 


r35i 


12.6 


iVa 


*' 


1.51 


t3'/2 


II 


14.6 


1% 


i» 


1.87 


t4 


'• 


19.2 


IV: 


" 


2.69 









•Random 6 to 1 2 foot lengths. 
fRandom 3 to 12 foot lengths. 



36 



^^^"''i 



nza 



6061-T651 EXTRUDED 
SQUARE BAR 



Standard 1 2 Foot LongtKt 



Size 

(In inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2 
*3V4 



4.80 
12.676 



^Random 6 to 1 2 foot lengths. 









Sharp Co 




oot Longthf 


6063-T5 EXTRUDED 
SQUARl BAR 


mors, 1 6 F 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


V4 .075 


% 


.459 


1 1/4 1 .83 


»/i. .116 


V4 


.661 


1 V4 2.64 


% .168 


1 


1.17 




H .294 




















i^^ 


i^Ki] 


7075-T65 


1 SQUARE BAR 


Standord 12 Foot! 

I. . 


■ngths 


Size 
(In Inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 COLD FINISHED 1.21 

1 V4 " ** 2.72 
ly* ** *' 3.70 

2 ROLLED 4.80 



7i 

C 

o 

H 
C 
71 
> 

r 


1 
> 

m 

CO 



m 

X 

• H 



n 

n 
m 
tn 



37 



I 



YOl 

YOUl 
METil 



NEW 

worth - 
P. 0. Be 

CARTE 

P. 0. Be 
Milik St 
YOrktoi 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-2( 



HARRII 

1000 Soi 
HUmbo] 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2( 



CAMBF 

281 Albfi 
TKowbr 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-61 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwin i 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-21 





ALUMINUM 






= 


111^^^^=^ 




DD^S 


^m^ 




2024-T4 AND 2024-T351 | 


Square Edge 






RECTANGULAR 


BAR 


Standard 12 Foot Le 


ngtKs 


(Temper designation Ifsfed) 1 








Size 




Pounds per 1 


Size 




Pounds per 


(in inches) 




Lineal Foot | 


(in inches) 




Lineal Foot 


COLD FrNISHED 










y«x 1/2 


T4 .075 1 


y* 




.449 


% 




.094 


Vb 




.524 


V4 




.112 


1 




.599 


1 




.150 


rV4 




.749 


tV4 




.187 


1H 




.899 


1'^ 




.225 


iy4 




1.048 


2 




.300 


2 




1.198 


VisX V2 




.112 


21/2 




1.498 


% 




.140 


3 




1.797 


3/4 




.168 


ROLLED 






1 




.225 


VzX 4 


T351 


2.377 


iy4 




.281 


6 


** 


3.595 


MA 




.337 


* 8 


" 


4.793 


2 




.449 


*10 


'* 


5.991 


% X V2 




.150 


COLD FINISHED 




% 




.187 


% X 3/4 


T351 


.562 


% 




.225 


% 




.655 


% 




.262 


1 




.749 


1 




.300 


IV4 




.936 


TV4 




.374 


IV2 




1.123 


1H 




.449 


z 




1.498 


2 




.599 


34 X 1 




.899 


2'/^ 




.749 


IV2 




1.348 


3 




.899 


2 




1.797 


ROLLED 






21^ 




2.247 


y4x 4 


T 


4 1.198 


3 




2.696 


COLD FrNISHED 




ROLLED 






Vl6 X 1/2 
% 


T 


4 .187 
.234 


^^X 31/2 T351 

* 6 
COLD FINISHED- 


3.146 
5.392 


^4 




.281 


t X 1 1/4 


T351 


1.498 


1 




.374 


1^2 




1.797 


IVz 




.562 


1^4 


»« 


2.097 


2 




.749 


2 


4t 


2.397 


%X 1/2 




.225 


21/2 


•i 


2.996 


Vs 




.281 


3 


4< 


3.595 


V4 




,337 


ROLLED 






1 




.449 


1 X * 31/2 


T351 


4.194 


iy4 




.562 


* 4 




4.793 


1 V2 




.674 


+ 6 


4» 


7.1.90 


1^4 
2 




.786 


COLD FINISHED 






.899 


1 1/4 X 1 1/2 


T351 


2.247 


21/2 




1.123 


2 




2,996 


3 
ROLLED 




1.348 


21/2 


- 


3.745 


% X 4 


T 


4 


ROLLED 






6 




2.696 


1 1/4 X t 3 


T351 


4.494 


*10 


T 


4 4.494 


COLD FINISHED 




COLD FrNISHED 




1 1/2 X 2 


T351 


3.595 


Vz X % 


T3 


51 .374 


Confim/ed 


on nexf 


page. 



*3 to 12 foot lengths. 
t6 to 12 foot lengths. 



38 




2024-T4 AND 2024.T351 
RECTANGULAR BAR 
(Continued) 

(Temper designation listed) 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



ROLLED 




IV2X t2i/2 
t3 


T351 


*4 


i. 


*6 


( t 


*8 


.. 


2 Xt2i/4 

t2H 

t3 

3i 

*4 


- 



4.494 
5.392 
7.190 
10.78 
14.38 
5.398 
5.991 
7.190 
8.387 
9.586 



6061-T6 AND 6061-T651 
EXTRUDED RECTANGULAR 
BAR 

(Temper designation listed) 



Size 
(in incites) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Vgx 1 

2 

V16X 3/4 
1 

IV2 
2 
V4 X 1 

1V4 
1 V2 

2 
3 

% X i/2 
V4 
1 
1 V4 

2 
3 



T6 



.150 
.300 
.169 
.226 
.338 
.451 
.300 
.376 
.450 
.600 
.900 
.225 
.337 
.450 
.564 
.900 
1.350 



Square Edge 

Standard 12 Foot Lengths 



Size 
(in inclies) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2V4 
2V2 



ROLLED 
2 X *6 
X *4 
X *4 

*4i/2 

*5 

*6 

23/4 X *4 

3 X 



T351 



*4 
*6 



14.38 
10.78 
1 1.98 
13.48 
14.98 
17.97 
13.18 
14.38 
21.57 



*3 to 1 2 foot lengths. 
t6to 1 2 foot lengths. 



Sqtfare Edge 

Standard 1 2 Foot Lengths 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% X 4 
6 

X 34 
1 

2 

2V2 

3 

4 

6 

1 

2 

3 
1 X 2 

4 
1 V4 X 2 
1 V2 X 2 t/2 

3 

6 



Vi 



3/4 X 



T6 
T651 



1.800 

2.700 

.441 

.600 

1.200 

1.500 

1.800 

2.400 

3.600 

.900 

1.800 

2.700 

2.400 

4.800 

3.000 

4.050 

5.400 

10.800 



c I 

m 

z 

Q 



li C 

o 

H 
C 

> 

r 

m 

1 
> 

m 

0) 



m 

X 

• H 

g5 

n 

m 



39 



T 



SERl 

YOUl 

MET/I 



NEW \ 

worth 
P. 0. B- 

CARTE 

P. O. B 
Milik & 
YOrkto 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-21 



HARRI 

1000 Sol 
HUmbo 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2« 



CAMBF 

281 Albf 
TKowbr 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-6] 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwin , 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-21 







ALUMINUM 


7075-T6 AND 7075-T651 
RECTANGULAR BAR 


Square Edge 

Standard 1 2 Foot Longthf 






Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


COLD FINISHED 




ViX 1 T6 .302 


ROLLED 


IVz •' .454 


iy4X t3 T651 4.538 . 


3 ** .905 


iy2Xt2y2 *' 4.538 J 


HX 1 " .454 


*4 " 7.260 


VzX 11/2 T651 .907 


2 Xt2y2 *' 6.050 


4 ** 2.420 


t3 *' 7.260 


%X 1 '• .756 


*4 - 9.680 


VaX 3 •• 2.723 


*6 - 14.52 


1 X 13/, .. 2.117 


2V2XM - 12.10 


2 '• 2.420 


*6 - 18.15 


ROLLED 


3 X *4 *' 14.52 , 


3 T651 3.630 


*4V2 " 16.33 1 


*4 " 4.840 


*6 - 21.78 




*3 to 1 2 foot lengths 




t6 to 12 foot lengths 


(n^^^^^ 


ElEl^^^ 


6063-T5 EXTRUDED 




RECTANGULAR BAR 


Sharp Corners, 16 Foot Lengths 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in incites) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


VaX 1/2 .075 


VaK V2 


.15 


%X1V2 .675 i^ 


H .094 


Vb 


.187 


2, .900 


% .113 


% 


.225 


3 1.35 1 


1 .150 


1 


.300 


yzX 34 .45 


i|4 .187 


IV4 


.375 


1 .600 r 
k 


m .226 


IV2 


.45 


1 Va' .75 i 


t^ .263 


iy4 


.525 


1 1/2 .900 


2 .300 


2 


.600 


2 1.200 r 


VieX 1/2 .113 


2V2 


.750 


2y2 1.500 


% .169 


3 


.900 


3 1.800 ^ 


1 .226 


% X 1/2 


.224 


34x11/2 1.35 ^ 


IV4 .282 


Vs 


.281 


2 1.800 


IH .338 


Va 


.338 


3 2.700 *" 


Z .451 


1 


.45 


1 XI 1/2 1.800 ^ 


21/2 .564 


ly^ 


.563 


2 2.400 ^ 



40 



ALUMINUM 






NO. 2 EC-T61 




Extrude 


d 






RECTANGULAR BUS BAR | 


12 or 20 Foot Lengths 


Size 






Pounds per 


Size 






Pounds per 


(in inches) 






Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 






Lineal Foot 


V^x 1 






.290 


V,X4 






1.172 


I'/a 






.437 


6 






1.760 


2 






.584 


%X2 






.880 


3 


- 




.878 


4 






1.760 


3003-H14 DR 


AWN 


TUBE 


Round 


■-•■ 














12 Foot Lengths 






Wall 


Pounds per 


O.D. 


Wall 




O.D. 


B. W. 




B. W 




Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Gauge 


Inches 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Gauge 


Inches 


Lineal Foot 


Vl6 X 


24 


.022 


.013 


1 X 


20 


.035 


-126 


% X 


24 


.022 


.019 




18 


.049 


.174 




20 


.035 


.028 




17 


.058 


.204 


% X 


24 


.022 


.029 




16 


.065 


.226 




22 


.028 


.036 


IVs X 


17 


.058 


.230 




20 


.035 


.044 


1 V4 X 


20 


.035 


.159 


Vz X 


22 


.028 


.049 




18 


.049 


.219 




20 


.035 


.061 




17 


.058 


.258 




18 


.049 


.083 


1% X 


17 


.058 


.285 




16 


.065 


.105 


IV2 X 


20 


.035 


.191 


Vs X 


22 


.028 


.063 




18 


.049 


.266 




20 


.035 


.077 




17 


-058 


.312 




18 


.049 


.105 




16 


.065 


.347 


r 


16 


.065 


.135 


1^4 X 


20 


.035 


.224 


Vi X 


20 


.035 


.093 




18 


.049 


.311 




18 


.049 


.128 




16 


.065 


.404 




17 


.058 


.149 


2 X 


20 


.035 


.257 


► 


16 


.065 


.166 




18 


.049 


,357 


% X 


20 


.035 


.110 




16 


.065 


.469 




18 


.049 


.150 


2V2 X 


18 


.049 


-447 




17 


.058 


.177 




16 


.065 


.586 




16 


.065 


-196 


3 X 


16 


.065 


.707 




tfij 



41 



ALUMINUM 



YCH 
SER' 
YOl 
METi 



NEW ^ 

worth 
P.O. B 

CARTI 

P.O. B 

Milik S 
YOrkto 
Dir. Di 
TWX-2 



HARRI 

1000 So 
HUmbo 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2 



CAMBI 

281 Albj 
TRowbi 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-6: 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwir , 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2] 



3003-H18 DRAWH TUBE 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



found 

1 2 Foot Lengths 



Wall 



B. W 
Gauge 



inches 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% X 20 .035 .044 

Vz X 20 .035 .061 

*2 X 21 .032 .235 











^Atso availab 


e in 16, 18, and 
20 foot lengths. 










^ 








2024-T3 DRAWN TUBE 


Round 


















1 2 Foot Lengths 






!S) 


Wali 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall 




O.D. 

(ininche 


B. W. 

Gauge 


inches 


B. W. 
Gauge 


inches 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Vie 


X 


. 20 


.035 .020 


1 


X 


18 


.049 


.175 


V* 


X 


. 20 


.035 -028 






16 


.065 


.228 


Vl6 


X 


18 


.049 .049 






13 


.095 


.324 


% 


X 


. 18 


.049 .060 


iH 


X 


16 


.065 


.260 






17 


.058 .069 


1V4 


X 


18 


.049 


.221 


Vi 


X 


. 20 


.035 .061 






16 


.065 


.290 


% 


X 


. 20 


.035 .077 


1V2 


X 


20 


.035 


.193 






18 


.049 .106 






18 


.049 


.268 






16 


.065 .137 






16 


.065 


.351 


y* 


X 


. 20 


.035 .094 


2 


X 


16 


.065 


.473 






18 


.049 .129 


2V2 


X 


. 16 


.065 


.592 


yg 


X 


. 18 


.049 .152 






11 


.120 


1.08 


1 


X 


. 20 


.035 .127 


3 


X 


. 11 


.120 


1.31 



42 



I 



ALUMINUM 






5052-0 DRAWN TUBE 


Round 

1 2 Foot Lengthi 


1 


■.'* ■ ■ 




ss) 


Wall 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


O.D. 
(in inches) 


Wall 




O.D. 
(In inchf 


B. W. 

Gauge 


Inches 


B. W. 
Gauge Inches 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Vs 


> 


: 20 .035 


.011 


Vi X 18 


.049 


.124 


Vi« 


> 


: 20 .035 


.019 


1 X 20 


.035 


.123 


Va 


> 


: 22 .028 


.022 


18 


.049 


.169 






20 ,03S 


.027 


11/4 X 20 


.035 


. 1 54 


Vl6 


> 


: 20 .035 


.035 


18 


.049 


.213 


^^ 


> 


I 20 .035 


.043 


n^ X 18 


.049 


.258 






18 .049 


.058 


ly* X 18 


.049 


.302 


H 


> 


: 20 .035 


.059 


2 X 20 


.035 


.249 






18 .049 


.080 


18 


.049 


.346 


% 


> 


I 20 -.035 


.074 


16 


.065 


.455 






19 .042 


.088 


21^ X 20 


.035 


.315 






18 .049 


.102 


18 


.049 


.434 


Va 


> 


C 20 .035 


.090 









CD 

H 

C 

o 

H 

C 

> 

r 

0) 

1 

> if 

■D 

m 

(A 



m 

X 

• H 

n 

TJ 

m 



43 



YOI 
SERl 
YOI 

METi 



NEW i| 

worth 
P. O. B< 

CARTE 

P. O. B< 
Milik Si 
YOrktoi 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2( 



HARRI 

1000 Sot 
HUmbo 
Dir. Dia 
TWX-2( 



CAMBf 

281 Albi 
TRowbi 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-6: 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwir 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-21 



\ 



ALUMINUM 



6061-T6 DRAWN TUBE 



O.D. 
(In inches) 



B. W. 
Gauge 



jm 



Inches 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



'/ie X 



Vi6 X 



'A9 X 



H X 



% 



% X 



Vb 



20 


.035 


.020 


18 


.049 


.025 


20 


.035 


.028 


t8 


.049 


.036 


17 


.058 


.041 


20 


.035 


.036 


18 


.049 


.048 


17 


.058 


.055 


20 


.035 


.044 


18 


.049 


.059 


17 


.058 


.068 


16 


.065 


.074 


20 


,035 


.052 


18 


.049 


.070 


16 


.065 


.089 


22 


.028 


.049 


20 


.035 


.060 


18 


.049 


.082 


17 


,058 


.095 


16 


.065 


.104 


22 


.028 


.062 


20 


.035 


.076 


18 


.049 


.104 


f7 


.058 


.121 


16 


.065 


.134 


20 


.035 


.092 


18 


.049 


.127 


17 


.058 


.148 


16 


.065 


.164 


14 


.083 


.204 


20 


.035 


.109 


18 


.049 


.149 


17 


.058 


.175 


16 


.065 


.194 


20 


.035 


.125 



6061-76 EXTRUDED TUBE 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall 
(in Inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1V4 X .125 .635 

.250 1.15 

2 X .125 .866 

.250 1.62 



44 



Round 

1 2 Foot Lengths 



O.D. 
(in Inches) 



ITW, 

Gauge 



Wall 



Inches 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



IV4 

1% 
iVi 

IH 
IV4 

2 



2V4 X 

2V4 X 
3 X 



16 

17 

16 

14 

20 

17 

20 

18 

17 

16 

14 

20 

17 

20 

18 

17 

16 

14 

20 

17 

17 

14 

17 

18 

17 

16 

14 

18 

16 

14 

16 

14 

16 

14 



.049 

.058 

.065 

.083 

.035 

.058 

.035 

.049 

.058 

.065 

.083 

.035 

.058 

.035 

.049 

.058 

.065 

.083 

.035 

.058 

.058 

.083 

.058 

.049 

.058 

.065 

.083 

.049 

.065 

.083 

.065 

.083 

.065 

.083 



.172 

.202 

.224 

.281 

.141 

.228 

.157 

.217 

.256 

.284 

.357 

.173 

.282 

.189 

.263 

.309 

.344 

.434 

.206 

.336 

.363 

,510 

.389 

.353 

.416 

.464 

.590 

,398 

.520 

.660 

.580 

.740 

.700 

.890 



Round 

1 2 Foot Longthf 



O.D. 

(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2Vi 



X .125 1.10 

.250 2.08 

X .125 1.33 

.250 2.54 



\i 



ALUMINUM 




■ : 


FURNITURE TUBE 

Type III- Welded 
Type II — Drawn 


T8 Foot Lengths 


, Type 


O.D. 
(in 

inches ) 


Wall 

(in 
inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Type 


O.D. 

{in 
inches) 


Wall 
(in 

inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


11 & 111 3/4 X .049 .127 
11 .065 .164 
111 % X .042 .129 
11 1 X .032 .115 


11 & 111 1 X .042 .149 
11 .049 .172 
11 .065 .225 


6< 


D62 ROUND TUBE 


Bare Heot Exchanger 

Tube - ,. 


O.D. 

(in 
inches) 


Wall 

(in 
inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


O.D. 

(in 
inches 


Wall 

(in 

inches 


Pounds per - 
Lineal Foot 


5% ..045 -920 


% .065 .194 


6063-T832 E 


»RAWN TUBE 


Round 

For TV Anten 

10 Foot Leng 


no Mo its 
ths 




Wall 1 


oundsper 
ineal Foot 


0. 

(in in 


D. 
:hes) 


B. W. 
Gauge 


P 

Inches L 



1% 
1 V2 



19 

19 



.042 
.042 



.207 
.226 



6063-T5 EXTRUDED TUBE 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



I 



Round 

T7 Foot Lengths 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.188 



4.04 



Hollow Screw Machine Stock 

ALLOYS: 2011-T3. 20n-T4511. 
6062-T9 



2017-T4511. 6062-T65n AND 



m 

X 

• H 

m 

(0 



SIZE RANGE; 1" O.D. TO 2 V4" O.D. IN Vie" INCREMENTS 
23/4" O.D. TO 4" O.D. IN Vs" INCREMENTS 

WALL THICKNESS: Vlg" TO Va" IN l/jz" INCREMENTS 

ALCOA ALUMINUM HOLLOW SCREW MACHINE STOCK IS FAB- 
RICATED TO CLOSE TOLERANCES PROVIDING A PRODUCT 
IDEALLY SUITED TO THE MANUFACTURE OF SCREW MACHINE 
PRODUCTS ON HIGH SPEED AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHINES. 



45 



r 



T 



ALUMINUM 



SEI 

YO 
ME' 

4 

NEW. 

WOrtl 

P.O.; 

CART 

P.O.: 

Milik 
YOrkt 
Dir. E 
TWX- 



HARF 

1000 S( 
HUmb 
Dir. D 
TWX-; 



CAMB 

281 All 
TRowh 
Dir. Di 
TWX-( 



PHI LA 

1955 W 
BAldwi 
Dir. Dij ' 
TWX-2 



Mechanical Tube (hollow rod) 

ALLOYS: 2024-T4. 6061-T6 AND 7075-T6 

SIZE RANGE: 1 H" O.D. TO ZVi* O.D. IN Vs* INCREMENTS (IN 
6061-T6 ONLY) 
ZVi'' O.D. TO 4" O.D. IN Vg" INCREMENTS 
4" O.D. TO 8* O.D. IN %" INCREMENTS 
B'' O.D. TO 12'' O.D. IN Vz" INCREMENTS 



WALL THICKNESS: 



Vg" TO V2" 'N Vie'' INCREMENTS 
Vi* TO K IN Vg'' INCREMENTS 



ALCOA ALUMINUM MECHANICAL TUBE IS A PRODUCT THAT CAN 
BE MORE ECONOMICALLY MACHINED INTO A VARIETY OF PARTS 
THAN SOLID ROD USED FOR SIMILAR APPLICATIONS. IT IS 
FABRICATED TO TOLERANCES THAT ARE ENTIRELY ADEQUATE 
FOR MOST APPLICATIONS SINCE THE LARGER SIZES OF ME- 
CHANICAL TUBE ARE SELDOM MACHINED ON HIGH SPEED 
EQUIPMENT. 



5050-0 UTILITUBE 




ROUND TUBE 


Coiled 50 and 100 Foot Lengths 




Wall 


Pounds per 


O.D. 


Wall 




O.D. 


B. W. 




B. W. 




Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Gauge 


Inches 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Gauge Inches 


Lineal Foot 


Vg X 23 .025* .009 


3/8 X 18 .049 .059 


V16 X 22 .028* .017 


1/2 X 20 .035 .060 


1/4 X 21 .032* .026 


18 .049* .082 


Vi« X 20 .035* .036 


5/8 X 18 .049* .104 


% X 20 .035* .044 


34 X 17 .058* .148 



"'Approved by American Gas AssociaMon. 



505O-O UTILITUBE 
ROUND TUBE 


Coiled 500 and 1000 Foot 
Lengths 




Wall 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


w 


all . 




O.D. 
(in inches) 


B. W. 
Gauge 


inches 


B. W. 
Gauge 


Inches 


Pounds per 
Lioeai Foot 


V4 X 21 .032t .026 
V16 X 20 .035t .036 


*3/8 X 20 .035t .044 
*18 .049 .059 









*ln 500 foot lengrhs only. 
tApproved by American Gas Association. 


3003-H14 DRAWN HEAT 
EXCHANGER TUBE 


Alclad Inside, 16 Foot Lengths 




Wall 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


O.D. 
(in inches) 


Wall 




O.D. 
(in inches) 


B. W. 
Gauge 


Inches 


B. W. 
Gauge 


Inches 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


5/8 X 1 8 


.049 .105 


1 X 16 .065 .226 


V4 X 18 


.049 .128 


14 .083 .284 


16 


.065 .166 


11/4 X 14 .083 .360 


1 X 18 


.049 .174 





46 



ALUMINUM 



3003-H12 WELDED HEAT 
EXCHANGER TUBE 



3003-H14 DRAWN HEAT 
EXCHANGER TUBE 



0.0. 

(in inches) 



Alclad Iniide and Outiide, 
16 Foot Length! 





Wall 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall 




O.D. 
(in inches) 


B. W. 
Gauge 


Inches 


B. W. 
Gauge Inches 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


3/4 X 18 .049 .128 
16 .065 .166 


1 X 18 -049 .174 
16 .065 .226 



Non-Clad, 1 6 Foot Lengths 



Wall 



B. W 

Gauge 



Inches 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



5/8 X 18 .049 .105 

3/4 X 16' .065 .166 

1 X 16 .065 .226 



6063-75 SQUARE TUBE 


SKarp Corners 
Extruded 21' 1 "Len 


gths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 

(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


¥4 -125 


.376 


1V4 .125 


.825 


1 .125 


.526 


IV4 .125 


.974 


IV4 .125 


.674 


2 .125 


1.126 


6063-T5 RECTANI 


SULAR 


Sharp Corners 




TUBE 




Extruded 2 r V Imt 


igths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Walt 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(In inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


ViXl .125 


.383 


l»/4X3i^ .125 


1.486 


3/4X1^ .1231 


.604 


4 .125 


1.633 


1 XUA .125 


.677 


A% .125 


1.780 


2 .125 


.824 


5 .125 


1.927 


11/4X21^ .125 


1 .045 


2 X3 .125 


1.412 


1^X2 .125 


.971 


5 .125 


2.00 


1%X3 .125 


1.339 







cn 

H 

C 

o 

H 
C 

> 

r 

0) 

> 
m 

(0 



m 

X 

• H 

n 

n 
m 

(A 






47 



I 



ALUMINUM 



1100-F PIPE 



S.P.S. 

(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Schodul* 40 

To Drawn Tube Speclflcatloiii 

20 Foot LongtKi 



O.D. 

(in inches) 



I.D. 

(in inches) 



1 

m 

2 

3 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.109 


.840 


.622 


.294 


.113 


1.05 


.824 


.391 


.133 


1.315 


1.049 


.581 


.145 


1.900 


1.610 


.940 


.154 


2.375 


2.067 


1.26 


.216 


3,500 


3.068 


2.62 



YOi 
SER' 
YOI 

ME1J 

i 

NEW 

worth 
P. 0. B< 

CARTE 

P. O. B. 

Milik S1 
YOrkto^ 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-21 



HARRI 

1000 So 
HUmbc 
Dir. Dii 
TWX-2 



CAMBI 

281 Alb 
TRowb] 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-6 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwin i 
Dir. Did 
TWX-2i 



3003-H18 AND H1 12 PIPE 



S.P.S. 
(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Schodulo 40 

Vi" thru W Drown, T" thru 12" 
Extruded 

20 Foot Lengths, Plain Endi 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



i.D. 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



' Vg HI 8 


.068 


.405 


.269 


.085 


' 1/4 •• 


.088 


.540 


.364 


.147 


' % 


.091 


.675 


.493 


.196 


Vz 


.109 


.840 


.622 


.294 


% '• 


.113 


1.05 


,824 


.391 


1 H112 


.133 


1.315 


1.049 


.586 


ly* " 


.140 


1.660 


1.380 


.793 


1^^ 


.145 


1.900 


1.610 


.948 


2 


.154 


2.375 


2.067 


1.27 


21/2 •' 


.203 


2.875 


2.469 


2.02 


3 


.216 


3.500 


3.068 


2.64 


31/2 .' 


.226 


4.000 


3.548 


3.18 


4 


.237 


4.500 


4.026 ' 


3.77 


5 


.258 


5.563 


5.047 


5.08 


6 


.280 


6.625 


6,065 


6.62 


8 


.322 


8.625 


7.781 


9.97 


10 


.365 


10.75 


10.02 


14.1 


12 


.375 


12.75 


12.00 


17.1 





* 12- foot lengths. 


6061-T6 PIPE 


Schodulo 40 

'/• " thru % " Drown, 1 " thru 
12 ''Extruded 

20 Foot Lengths, Plain Ends 


S.P.S. 
(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


i.D. 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Vi 



.068 
.088 
.091 
.109 
.113 
.133 



.405 


.269 


.085 


.540 


.364 


.147 


.675 


.493 


.196 


.840 


.622 


.294 


1.05 


.824 


.391 


1.315 


1.049 


.581 






*12 foot lengths 



48 



r 
[ 



ALUMINUM 




r 

6061 -T6 PIPE 
w (Continued) 


Schedule 40 

Vi " thru y4 " Drawn, 1 " thru 
12' Extruded 

20 Foot Lengths, Plain Ends 


■ S.P.S. 

, (in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


I.D. 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 V4 


.140 


1.660 


1.380 


.786 


tVz 


.145 


1.900 


1.610 


.940 


2 


.154 


2.375 


2.067 


1.26 


2V2 


.203 


2.875 


2.469 


2.00 


3 


.216 


3.500 


3.068 


2.62 


3V2 


.226 


4.000 


3.548 


3.15 


4 


.237 


4.500 


4.026 


3.73 


5 


.258 


5.563 


5.047 


5,06 


6 


.280 


6.625 


6.065 


6.56 


8 


.322 


8.625 


7.981 


9.88 


10 


.365 


10.750 


10.020 


14.0 


*12 


.375 


12.750 


12,000 


17.1 











*12 foot lengths. 


6063.T6 PIPE 


Schedule 40 

Extruded 

20 Foot Lengths, Plain Ends 


S.P.S. 
(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


I.D. 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



i 



1!^ 



1 

2 

3 

31/2 
4 
5 
6 
8 
10 
♦ 12 



109 


.840 


.622 


.294 


113 


1.050 


.824 


.391 


133 


1.315 


1.049 


.581 


140 


1.660 


1.380 


.786 


.145 


1.900 


1.610 


,940 


.154 


2.375 


2.067 


1.26 


.203 


2.875 


2.469 


2.00 


.216 


3.500 


3.068 


2.62 


.226 


4.000 


3.548 


3.15 


.237 


4.500 


4.026 


3.73 


.258 


5.563 


5.047 


5.06 


.280 


6.625 


6.065 


6.56 


.322 


8.625 


7.981 


9.88 


.365 


10.75 


10.020 


14.00 


.375 


12.75 


12.000 


17.1 



H 

ly 

c 
o 

H 

C 
Ji 
> 

r 

m 

X 

> 

■0 

m 

(0 



m 

X 

• H 

n 

TJ 

m 

0) 



M2 foot lengths. 



49 



NEW Yi 

worth 4. 
P. 0. Boj 

CARTEi 

P. O. Bd 
Milik Sti 
YOrktoW 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-20I 



HARRIS 

1000 Sou 
HUmbol( 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-20: 



CAMBRI 

281 Albal 
TRowbriJ 
Dir. Distj 
TWX-6II 



PHILADl 

1955 W. } 
BAldwin 1 
Dir. DistJ 
TWX-213 





1 




ALUMINUM 


M61-T6 PIPE 


Schedule 80 

20 Foot Longths, Plain Ends 

1 


S.P.S. 
(in inches) 


Wall 

(in inches) 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


I.D. 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 

H 

2 

3 

31/2 
4 

5 



An 


1.315 


.957 


.751 


.191 


1.660 


1.278 


1.037 


.200 


1.900 


f.500 


1.256 


.21$ 


2.375 


1.939 


1.737 


.300 


3.500 


2.900 


3.547 


.318 


4.000 


3.364 


4.326 


.337 


4.500 


3.826 


5.183 


.375 


5.563 


4.813 


7.188 



6063-T6 PIPE 



S.P.S. 
(in inches) 



Wall 
(in Inches) 



Schedule 10 

20 Foot Lengths, Plain Ends 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



I.D. 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V4 
1 
1V4 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 



.083 
.109 
.109 
.109 
.109 
.120 
.120 
.120 
.134 
.134 



1.050 
1.315 
1.660 
1.900 
2.375 
2.875 
3.500 
4.500 
5.563 
6.625 



.884 
1 .097 
1.442 
1.682 
2.157 
2,635 
3.26 
4.26 
5.295 
6.357 



.297 

.486 

.625 

.721 

.913 

1.221 

1.498 

1.942 

2.686 

3.214 



6063-76 PIPE 


Schedule 5 

20 Foot Lengths, Plain Ends 


S.P.S. 

(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


I.D. 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



11/4 

Wz 

2 

2V2 

3 

4 

5 

6 



.065 
,065 
.065 
.083 
.083 
.083 
.109 
.109 



1.660 
1.900 
2.375 
2.875 
3.500 
4.500 
5.563 
6.625 



1.530 
1.770 
2.245 
2.709 
3.334 
4.334 
5.345 
6.407 



,383 

.441 

.555 

.856 

1.048 

1.354 

2.195 

2.623 



50 



ALUMINUM 




6063-T6 CONSTRUCTION 
PIPE 


20 Foot, 30 Foot, and 40 Foot 
Longtht 


O.D. 

^ (in inches) 


Wall 

(in inches) 


I.D. 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 



.050 



.052 
.058 
.064 
.072 



1.914 
2.914 
3.906 
4.896 
5.884 
6.872 
7.856 



.360 

.545 

.730 

.951 

1.273 

1.640 

2.109 



6063-T832 HANDRAIL 
PIPE 


20 Foot Longtht, Plain Endt 


S.P.S. 
(In inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 V4 SCHEDULE 10 .625 

IH SCHEDULE 40 .786 

11^ '* *' .940 



UNITRACE PIPE 
AND FITTINGS 


6063-T5, Extruded 

30 Foot Standard Longths 


UNITRACE 


Pounds Per 
100 Feet 


UNITRACE FITTING WEIGHTS (Pounds Each) 


Size 


Trace 
Cap 


Connecting 
Flange 


Reducing Flange 


(In inches) 


Weight 


Reduction 


n^ 116.2 

2 159.8 

3 271.9 

4 390.2 
6 905.0 


.11 1.60 4.0 ZVi^-lVz" 
.16 2.50 5.1 3''-2'' 
.26 4.80 6.1 4*-3'' 
.37 7.00 11.1 6''-4» 
.60 12.2 17.0 8''-6'' 




feTEAM> ^ REDUCING FLANGE 
UNITRACE PIfE 



BOLT HOLES 

IN FLANGED 

CONNECTIONS 

will mate 
with standard 
150 lb. ASA 
pipe flanges. 



m 


• 


H 


■ 


• 


r 


T) 


j 


r 




> 


'1 


H 




m 




:d 


jj 





E 





F 



5 

3D 

C 

o 

H 
C 
31 
> 

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(0 

I 
> 

TJ 

m 

(0 



m 

X 

• H 

TJ 

m 

(A 



CONNECTING FLANGE 



51 



Y0| 
SER 

YOl 

MET 



1 

NEW 

worth 
P. 



,h^^ 

Hi 



CARTEI 

P. O. Bo 

Milik St] 
YOrktow 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-20 

HARRII 

1000 Soi 
HUmbol 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-20 

CAMBRI 

281 Albai 
TRowbrii 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-61J 



!■ 



philadI 

1955 W. i 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dist.j ' 
TWX-2ig 







C 


31 


«j;.ii:iii; 






i 

10 Foot L«ngthf 


6063-T42 RIGID CONDUIT | 


Threaded Both Ends, With One 






Coupling Furnished. 


Trade Size 


Pounds per 


Trade Size 


Poundsper ! 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot"^ 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot* I 


H 


.298 


2 1.288 


% 


.398 


2y2 2.047 


1 


.589 


3 2.680 


iy4 


.798 


3y2 3.213 


I 'A 


.956 


4 3.821 




*Weight includes coupling. "" 


6061.T6 EQUAL ANGLES 


15-25 Foot Random Lengths 

r 


Size 


Pounds 


Size 


Pounds 


Size 


Pounds L 


(in inches) 


Per Foot 


(In inches) 


Per Foot 


(in inches) 


Per Foot 


% X 34 X Vs 


.20 


13/4X13/,Xy8 .50 


3 X3 X3/,s 1.29 


1 XI X Vs 


.27 


X V16 .73 


X y4 1.68 


X3/16 


.40 


X y4 .95 


X V16 2.08 


XI/4 


.51- 


2 X2 X yg .57 


X 3/g 2.48 


1 V4 X r 1/4 X 1/8 


.35 


X Vi6 .84 


*3y2X3ViXVH 2.65 r 


X3/,g 


.51 


X y4 1.11 


4 X4 X y4 2.28 


xy^ 


.66 


X 3/8 1 .60 


XV16 2.82 


I 1/2 X 1 1/2 X l/g 


.43 


2y2X2y2X3/ie 1.07 


X3/8 3.36 


X3/,6 


.62 


X y4 1.4.1 




X 1/4 


.81 


XV16 1.73 


* • 
• 



'Extruded 



6061-T6 UNEQUAL ANGLES 



1 5-25 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 


Pounds 


Size 


Poi 


jnds 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


Per Foot 


(in inches) 


Per Foot 


(in inches) 


Per Foot 


1 y2 X 1 y4 X Vs * 


.39 


2 X 1 yz X yg 


.49 


3 X2 X3/ig 1.07 


X3/je* 


.56 


X3/16 


.73 


X y4 1 .40 


xy4* 


.74 


xy4 


.95 


X % 2.05 


i34xiy4X yg* 


.43 


21^X2 X3/jg 


.96 


*3 X2y2xy4 1.53 


X 3/,e* 


.62 


X y4 


1.25 


*3y2X2y2xy4 1.68 


Xy4* 


.81 


XVi6 


1.54 


4 X3 X y* 1.99 

X 3/8 2.92 
6 X4 X% 4.25 


♦Extruded 



52 



















ALUMINUM 






6061-T6 CHANNELS 




Amarlcan Standard 








15-25 Foot Random Longthf 


Size 


Web 


Width 


Pounds 


Size 


Web 


Width 


Pounds 


in 


Thiclt- 


of 


Per 


in 


Thiclt- 


of 


Per 


inches 


ness 


Flange 


Foot 


inches 


ness 


Flange 


Foot 


3 X .170 1.410 


1.42 


5 X .472 2.032 


3.97 


.258 1.498 


1.73 


6 X .225 1.945 


3.00 


.356 1.596 


2.07 


.314 2.034 


3,62 


4 X .180 1.580 


1.84 


.437 2.157 


4.49 


.247 1.647 


2.15 


7 X .230 2.110 


3.53 


, .320 1.720 


2.50 


8 X .250 2.290 


4.25 


5 X .190 1.750 


2.31 


.487 2.527 


6.47 


.325* 1.885 


3.10 






6061-T6 1 BEAMS 




American Standard 








15-25 Foot Random Lengths 


Size 


Web 


Width 


Pounds 


Size 


Web 


Width 


Pounds 


in 


Thiclt- 


of 


Per 


in 


Thick- 


of 


Per 


inches 


ness 


Flange 


Foot 


inches 


ness 


Flange 


Foot 


3 X *.170 2.330 


1.96 


5 X .210 3.000 


3.42 


*.349 2.509 


2.59 


.494 3.284 


5.09 


4 X *.190 2.660 


2.64 


6 X .230 3.330 


4.30 


*.326 2.796 


3.28 


.343 3.443 


5.09 



♦Extruded 



6061-T6 H BEAMS 


Extruded 

15-25 Foot Rondom Lengtht 


Size 

in 

inches 


Web 

Thiclc- 

ness 


Width 

of 
Flange 


Pounds 
Per 
Foot 



0) 

H 

:d 

c 
o 

H 

C 
7i 
> 

r 

Ui 

2 
> 
TJ 

m 

(0 



X 

^- 

n 

n 
m 
(f) 



4 X .313 4.000 4.70 



53 



SER' 
YOU 
METi 

NEW 

worth 
P.O.I 

CARTi 

P.O.I 
Milik ^ 
YOvkM 
Dir. Di 
TWX-J 

1000 Soi 
HUmbo 
Dir. Dia 

TWX-2( 



CAMBV 

281 Alhi 
TRowbi 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-6] 



PHILAd 

1955 W. 
BAldwin 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-2 



"■I 



ALUMINUM 



6061-T6 TEES 



Extrudod 

1 5-25 Foot Random Longthf 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds 
per Foot 



*2 X 2 X 1/4 
t1 Va X 1 1/4 X 1/4 



1.25 
.78 



*This Tee has tapered 

stem and flanges. 

fThis Tee has uniform thickness 

in stem and flanges. 



6061-T6 ZEES 



Extruded 

1 5-25 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
per Foot 



3X 1/4X211/16 



2.33 



EXTRUDED SHAPES 



Die 
Num- 
ber 



AUoy 



Linith 

(in Fiet) 



Pounds 
Psr 
Foot 



Approximate Shape 



Accessories 



Draw- 
in{ 
Paie 

Num- 
Har 



10 

63 

74A 

74B 

74C 

74D 

74E 

74F 

74H 

74P 

74Q 

78K 

79A 

79B 

79E 

79G 

79H 

79M 

79N 

790 

79P 

]^ 

79V 
79X 
79Y 
141 
251 



54 



6063-T42 


16 


.206 


Counter Edge 
Tee (Divider Strip) 


6063-T42 


16 


.188 


6063-T42 


16 


.107 


Belt Moulding 


6063-T42 


16 


.128 






' 


6063-T42 


16 


.086 






' 


6Q63-T42 


16 


.228 






' 


6063-142 


16 


.192 






' 


6063-T42 


16 


.257 






' 


6063-T42 


16 


.137 






' 


6063-T42 


16 


.418 






' 


6063-T42 


16 


.152 


" " 


6062-T6 


22 


.106 


An^le 


6063-T5 


16 


.206 


6063-T5 


16 


.408 


" 


6063-T5 


16 


1.12 


" 


6063-15 


16 


.281 


It 


6063-T5 


16 


.131 


" 


6063-T5 


16 


.145 


II 


6063-T5 


16 


.633 


" 


6063-T5 


16 


.168 


" 


6063-15 


16 


.519 


" 


6063-T5 


16 


.856 


" 


6063-T5 


16 


.356 


" 


6063-T5 


16 


.431 


" 


6063-T5 


16 


.581 


" 


6063-T5 


16 


.506 


" 


6063-T42 


16 


.431 


Belt Moulding 


6063-T42 


16 


.228 


Glas 


s Stop 


or Cove 



61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
61 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
61 
61 



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ALUMINUM 




EXTRUDED SHAPES 
(Continued) 




. _ - 


Die 
Num- 
ber 


Alloy 


LiiiKth 
(in Fettt) 


Pounds 

Per 
Foot 


Approximati Shapt 


Accissories 


Draw- 
ini 
Pai» 

Num- 
bir 



363 
472 
510 

627 

650 

661 

668 

771C 

787 

853-B 

853-F 

853-G 

853- K 

853-N 

892 

895 

1001 

1122 

1257 

1312 

1445 

1843 

1940 

1943 

1944 

2105 

2296 

2335 

2372 

2388 

2715 

2748 

2749 

2880 

3164 

3507 

3513 

3514 

3547 

3616 

3619 

3636 

3728 

3776 

4286 

4300 

4308 

4477 

4490 

4533 

4542 

4619 

4716 

5137 

5389 

5390 

5391 

5392 

5393 

5527 

5714 

5951 

6474 

6498 

6594 



6063- T42 

6063-T5 

6063-T42 

6063-T42 

6063-T42 

6063-T42 

6063-T42 

6062 -T6 

6063-T42 

6062-T6 

6062-16 

6062 -T6 

6062 -T6 

6062-T6 

6062-T6 

6063-T5 

6063-T42 

6063-T42 • 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T42 

6063-T42 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6062-T6 

6063-15 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T6 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063 -T5 

6063 -T5 

6063-15 

6063-T5 

6062-T6 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063 -T 5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 

6063-T5 



16 
16 
16 

16 
16 
16 
16 
22 
16 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
20 
16 
16 
16 
24 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
20 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
20 
20 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
24 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
20 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 



.356 


Belt Moulding 


.108 


Angle 


.212 


Belt Moulding 


.184 


Drip Moulding 


.191 


Belt Moulding 


.168 


Quarter Oval 


.307 


Drip Moulding 


.938 


Zee 


.433 


Corner 


.450 


Tee 


.320 




.890 


" 


.700 


" 


.628 


" 


1.67 


Channel 


.244 


Angle 


.174 


Belt Moulding 


.558 


Belt Moulding 


.319 


Tee 


.070 


Angle 


.093 


Counter Edge 


.058 


Crescent 


.263 


Channel 


.158 
.116 


Anjie 


.450 


Channel 


1.03 




.150 


14 


.473 


Pilaster 


.413 


Channel 


.187 


" 


.563 




.148 


" 


1.11 


Angle — Corner Post 


.902 


Pilaster 


.251 


Channel 


.596 


Corner Trim 


.830 


" " 


.300 


Channel 


1.18 


Trim 


.120 


Channel 


1.82 


Pilaster 


1.16 


Door Frame 


.713 


Channel 


.300 




.337 


" 


.248 


Glass Stop 


.228 


Semi-Hollow Trim 


.954 


Base Mold 


.244 


Channel 


.526 


" 


1.16 


Rub Rail 


.280 


Tee 


.319 


Angle 
Door Frame 


.431 


.528 


Glass Frame 


.209 


H II 


.438 


Door Frame 


.431 




.564 


Channel 


.524 


Channel 


.300 


Tee 


.135 


Glass Frame 


1.36 


Door Frame 


.563 


Channel 



61 
62 
62 
62 
62 
62 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
62 
64 
64 
63 
62 
64 
64 
64 
62 
62 
64 
65 
64 
65 
64 
64 
64 
64 
62 
65 
64 
65 
65 
64 
65 
65 
65 
66 
64 
64 
64 
66 
66 
66 
64 
64 
66 
63 
62 
66 
66 
67 
67 
67 
64 
64 
63 
67 
67 
64 




Confirmed on next page 



55 



Yt 
SEN 

YOl 

ME1 



i 



NEW 

WOrtl 
P.O. 



OJ 

lililJ 



CART 

P. < 
Milik 
YOrki 
Dir. I 
TWX 

H^ 

1000 .^ 
HUml 
Dir. r 
TWX 



CAMI 

281 a: 

TRow 
Dir. Di^ 
TWX-6 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwin ^ 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-21 



ALUMINUM 



EXTRUDED SHAPES 
(Continued) 



Die 
num- 
ber 



Alloy 



Lenfth 
(in Feet) 



Pounds 
Per 
Foot 



Approximate Shape 



Accessories 



Driw- 
ini 
Pife 

Num- 
ber 



6699 


6063-T6 


24 


.788 


H Beam 





67 


6746 


6063-T5 


16 


.694 


Angle 




62 


6801 


6063-T5 


16 


.488 


Column Post 





67 


6844 


6063-T5 


16 


.431 


Angle 




62 


7030 


6063-T5 


16 


.328 


Tee 




63 


7032 


6063-T5 


16Vi 


1.80 


Thresiiold 




67 


7088 


6062-T6 


22 


1.02 


Zee 




69 


7201 


6063-T5 


16 


.206 


An^le 





62 


7385 


6063-T5 


16 


.244 




62 


7484 


6063-T5 


16 


.413 


Ciiannel 





64 


7498 


6063-T5 


22 


2.39 


Vault Moulding 




68 


7499 


6063-T5 


22 


2.95 







68 


7613 


6063-T5 


16 


.356 


Angle 
poor Frame 


. 


62 


7648 


6063-T5 


16 


1.35 





68 


8321 


6063-T5 


16 


.365 


Trim 




68 


8449 


6063-T5 


16 


.374 


Ciiannel 





64 


8467 


6063-T5 


16 


.806 


Pilaster 




68 


8604 


6062-T6 


22 


1.16 


Side Post 





68 


8606 


6062-T6 


22 


.797 


Roof Bow 




69 


8792 


6063-T5 


16 


1.31 


Door Frame 




64 


8997 


6063-T5 


16 


.263 


Ciiannel 





64 


9004 


6062-T6 


24 


.533 







69 


9418 
9419 


6063:tS 
6063-T5 


W 
16 


.925 


Vault IVIoulding 





69 
69 


9553 


6063-T5 


16 


.674 


Trim 




69 


10346 


6063-T5 


16!4 


.180 


Thresiiold 




69 


10347 


6063-T5 


\Wa 


.232 






69 


10351 


6063-T5 


16^4 


.476 


Saddle 




70 


10352 


6063-T5 


161/4 


.894 






70 


10353 


6063-T5 


161/4 


.595 


Threshold 




70 


10758 


6062-T6 


22 


.369 


Slat 




70 


12919 


6063-T5 


16 


.274 


Glass Stop 





70 


16505 


6063-T5 
see 90503) 


20 


.852 


Handrail 


Use Bracket 303- 
8, Scroll 16505-S. 
Channel Scroll 
16505-C,. Terminal 
End 16505-E. 


70 


17146 


6063-T5 


16 


1.94 


Channel 




64 


18307 


6063-T5 


16 


.206 


Tee 





63 


18308 


6063-T5 


16 


.224 






63 


18906 


6063-T5 


16 


.394 


II 





63 


19047 


6063-T5 


16!/4 


.829 


Saddle 




70 


19048 


6063-T5 


161/4 


1.10 






70 


19049 


6063-T5 


161/4 


1.23 


" 




70 


20609 


6063-T5 


20 


.770 


Handrail 


Use Bracket 302- 
B, Scroll 20609-S, 
Channel Scroll 
20609-C, Terminal 
End 20609- E, 
Lambs Tongue 
20609-L. 


71 


20999 


6063-T5 


161/4 


.661 


Threshold 





71 


22266 


6063-T5 


20 


.360 


Channel 




64 


22819 


6062-T6 


24 


1.29 


Channel 





71 


23681 


6063-T5 


20 


.690 


Handrail 


Use Bracket 302- B 


71 


23787 


6063-T5 


16 


,319 


Zee 




71 


24531 


6062-T6 


24 


.898 


Side Post 





71 


25055 


6063-T5 


16 


.281 


Tee 





63 


25300 


6063-T5 


20 


,694 


Handrail 


Use Bracket 302- B 


71 


26593 


6063-T42 


20 


.720 


Window Stool 




71 


26638 


6063-T5 


161/4 


1.78 


Saddle 





70 


26936 


6063 -T6 


22 


.064 


Snapmold 





71 


26937 


6063-T6 


22 


.040 






72 


34040 


6063-T5 


17 


5.64 


Hollow 3 Trim 





72 


34096 


6063-T5 


16 


5.87 


Newell Hollow 2 





72 








ConfinuBd on nexf pago 







56 



' ALUMINUM 




m 

EXTRUDED SHAPES 
(Continued) 

m 




- ' - .■■•••■;;.■• 


£ Die 
Num- 
ber 

1^ 


Alloy 


Length 

(in Fest) 


Pounds 
Pir 

Foot 


Approximate Shape 


Accessories 


Draw- 

Pats 
Hum- 

ber 



1 



37734 6063-T42 


21 


.524 


Window Sill 







72 


37735 6063-T42 


21 


.574 


a ,t 






72 


37736 6063-T42 


21 


.636 








72 


37737 6063-T42 


21 


.691 


" " 








37738 6063-T42 


21 


.746 


" " 






1*' 


37739 6063-T42 


21 


.804 








»-. 


38649 6063- T5 


16'/4 


.689 


Threshold 




''' 


3v 


38651 6063-15 


16'/4 


.721 


Saddle 






H^ 


38653 6063-T5 


16/4 


.194 


Threshold 







'M 


38654 6063-T5 


ley* 


.224 









69 


38658 6063-T5 


ley* 


.760 


" 


. 




71 


39258 6063-T42 


Vi 


1.12 Semi 


Hollow Cover 


Plate — 




73 


39259 6063-T42 


9-1 iy2 


978 


Gravel Stop 


See Section 
sembly, Page 


As- 
59. 


73 


40517 6062 -T6 


22 


.787 


Channel 







64 


42058 6063-T42 


9-iiy2 


.838 


Gravel Stop 


See Section 


As- 


73 


* 








sembly, Page 


59. 




42059 6063-T42 


9-1 ly? 


.697 




See Section 
sembly, Page 


As- 
59. 


73 


42060 6063-T42 


Vi 


1.48 Semi 


-Hollow Cover Plate 




73 


42061 6063-T42 


Vi 


1.002 




" — _ 




73 


42062 6063-T42 


Vi 


.826 " 




" ~ — 




73 


42063 6063- T42 


g-iiy? 


1.315 


Gravel Stop 


See Section 
sembly, Page 


As- 
59. 


73 


45872 6062- T6 


22-24-26 


1.25 


Side Sill 


" 




73 


45873 6063-T6 


22-24-26 


.499 


Lintel 







73 


45874 6062-T6 


22-24-26 


1.57 


Roof Rail 


Use Corner Cast- 


74 










ing 45874-B, 














45874-S, 45874-R. 




45875 6062-T6 


16 


1.39 


Corner Post 







74 


45876 6062-T6 


24 


.498 


Side Post 







74 


45877 6063-T6 


16 


.424 


Rub Rail 






74 


45878 6063-T6 


22-24-26 


.517 


Lintel 







74 


45879 6062-T6 


24 


.760 


Door Post 






74 


54603 6063-T6 


16 


.784 


Side Post 







74 


54684 6063-T42 


21 


.767 


Window Sill 






75 


54685 6063-T42 


21 


.842 


" " 






7S 


54686 6063-T42 


21 


.919 


" " 






i 


54687 6063-T42 


21 


.994 


" " 






54688 6063-T42 


21 


1.07 


" " 






75 


54689 6063-T42 


21 


1.14 


" " 


Use Anchor 


Clip 


75 


54690 6063-T42 


21 


1.53 


" " 


SA-100 




75 


54691 6063-T42 


21 


1.72 


" " 






75 


54692 6063-T42 


21 


2.19 


" " 






jM? 


54693 6063-T42 


21 


2.41 


" " 






#5'' 


58219 6063-T5 


16 


.096 


End Stop 






75 


58221 6063-T5 


16 


.624 


Plaster Stop 


— ■ — 




75 


58222 6063-T5 


16 


.385 


Anchor 


— ' — 




75 


58229 6063-T5 


16 


.437 


Picture Mole 







75 


58391 6063-T5 


16 


.604 


Corner Trim 


— — ■ 




75 


60585 6063-T5 


i6y« 


.740 


Threshold 







76 


60586 6063-T5 


ley* 


1.01 








76 


60587 6063-T5 


ley* 


1.18 


" 







76 


60588 6063-T5 


ley* 


1.35 


Threshold 






76 


64016 6063-T5 


16 


1.060 


Fascia 


— — 




76 


64097 6063-T5 


16 


1.208 


Fascia 







76 


66293 6063-T5 


20 


.614 


Handrail 


Use Bracket 301-B 


77 


66294 6063-T5 


20 


.716 


" 


Use Bracket 


301- 


77 










B, Scroll 66294-S. 












Channel Scroll 












66294-C, Terminal 












End 66294-E, 












Lambs Tongue 












66294- L. 






66295 6063-T5 


20 


.835 


Handrail 


Use Bracket 301-B 


77 


66582 6063-T6 


16 


.923 
Confjnueca 


Coping 
on next po 


ge 




77 



i 






57 



ALUMIKUM 



SER1 
YOU 
MEY 



J 



NEW 

worth 
P.O. I 

CART 

P.O.I 
Milik i 
YOrkt( 
Dir. D 
TWX-! 



HARR 

1000 s< 
HUmb 
Dir. Di 
TWX-; 



CAMB 

281 All 
TRowt 
Dir. Di 
TWX-6 



^ 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAIdwin 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-2 











I. 






EXTRUDED SHAPES 










(Continued) 




























Driw- 


Difi 
Num- 
bif 


Alloy 


Lentth 
(in Feet) 


Pounds 
Per 
Foot 


Approximite Shape 


Accessories 




Pile 

num- 
ber 


66588 6063-T42 


9'll>/2" 


.930 


Gravel Stop 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


73 


66589 6063-T42 


Vz 


1.144 


Cover Plate 





73 


66611 6063-T42 


9'ioy2" 


2.412 


Coping G-8 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


77 


68755 6063-T42 


9111/2" 


1.606 


Gravel Stop 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


77 


69177 6063-T42 


9'10y2" 


3.702 


Coping G-12 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


77 


70421 6063-T5 


16 


.194 


Drip Mold 





78 


70422 6063-T5 


16 


.947 


Picture Mold 


Use Snap-on Clip 
SC-201. 


78 


70423 6063-T5 


16 


.802 


" 


Use Snap-on Clip 
SC-201. 


78 


70424 6063-T5 


16 


.613 


Base Mold 


Use Snap-on Clip 
SC-201. 


78 


70425 6063-T5 


16 


.209 


Wall Trim 


Use Snap-on Clip 
SC-202. 


78 


70426 6063-T5 


16 


.186 


Trim 


Use Snap-on Clip 
SC-202. 


78 


77563 6063-T5 


16 


.098 


End Stop Anchor 


78 


77564 6063-T5 


16 


.108 


Fascia End Stop 





78 


79587 6063-T42 


9'lli4" 


.468 


Flashing Cap 





79 


79588 6063-T42 


g'lli/;" 


1.387 


Gravel Stop Type EE 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


79 


79589 6063-T42 


911!/?" 


.316 


Fascia 


^^ — . 


79 


79590 6063-T42 


9'nVz" 


.443 


Soffit Trim 




79 


79591 6063-T42 


9'lll/2" 


1.126 


Gravel Stop Type FF 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


79 


79592 8063-T42 


9'll!/z" 


1.129 


" " " 




80 


79800 6063-T6 


30-32-35 


1.962 


Reefer Flooring 





80 


79801 6063-T6 


30-32-35 


1.830 


" " 





80 


79802 6063-T42 


30-32-35 


1.152 


Edge Finisher 
Edge Starter 





80 


79803 6063-T42 


30-32-35 


1.560 




81 


79804 6063-T6 


30-32-35 


.794 


Center Starter 


■ 


81 


79805 6063-T6 


30-32-35 


2.176 


Dry Freight Flooring 


. 


81 


79806 6063-T6 


30-32-35 


.752 


Center Starter 





81 


79840 6063-T5 


21'r 


1.724 


Mullions or Frames 


Chanel 1940 Sug- 
gested 


81 


79841 6063-T5 


2VV' 


1.800 


" " " 


Glass stop with 

these shapes 

Use Snap-On Clip 

SC-201 

Use Snap-On Clip 

SC-202 


81 


84701 6063-T5 


16 


.590 


Cove Base 


81 


84702 6063-T5 


16 


.312 


Multipurpose Trim 


82 


84781 6063-T5 


16 


.211 


Threshold Miter Strip 


82 


84782 6063-T5 


161/4 


.630 


Type H Threshold 4" 




82 


84783 6063-T5 


161/4 


.804 


5" 





82 


84784 6063-T5 


161/4 


.988 


6" 





82 


84785 6063-T5 


161/4 


1.127 


7" 





82 


84968 6063-T42 


9'lll/2" 


1.315 


Gravel Stop, Type F 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


73 


84969 6063- T42 


V2 


1.578 


Joint Cover 





73 


'87066 6063-T5 


16 


.820 


Fascia 





82 


87067 6063-T5 


20 


.446 


Handrail 


Mating Channel 
1940 


83 


87068 6063-T5 


20 


,871 


Handrail 


Mating Channel 
87071 


83 


87069 6063-T5 


16 


.341 


Tee 





83 


87070 6063-T5 


16 


.209 


Angle 


,. — _ 


62 


87071 6063-T5 


20 


.374 


Channel 




64 


87095 6063-T4; 


Vz 


1.142 


Joint Cover 




73 


87096 6063- T4; 


9'lll/2" 


.978 


Gravel Stop Type F 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


73 


87097 6063-T4; 


> g'liy/' 


,696 


Gravel Stop Type F 


See Section As- 
sembly, Page 59. 


73 


87098 6063-T4; 


' Vz 


.860 


Joint Cover 





73 






Continued on nexf poge 










r; 



58 



I 



ALUMINUM 



EXTRUDED SHAPES 
(Continued) 



Oil 
Nun- 
lir 



ktt91 



Linitb 

(il Flit) 



Pir 

Font 



Aiproiimiti Shapi 



AcMttorits 



Driw- 
Ifll 
Pi ft 
Hum- 



90503 


6063-T5 


20' 


.980 


Hand Rail 


(see 16505) 


83 


111291 


6063-T42 


9111/2" 


1.853 


Gravel Stop, Type H 


See Section As- 
semblies, Page 59. 


H6 


111301 


6063-T42 


Vz 


1.26 


Joint Cover 





83 


112331 


6063- T42 


9'lll/2" 


1.811 


Gravel Stop, Type F 


See Section As- 
semblies, Page 59. 


84 


117861 


6063- T42 


B'WA'' 


1.445 


" H 


See Section As- 
semblies, Page 59. 


84 


117871 


6063-T42 


V2 


1.004 


Joint Cover 




84 


125571 


6063-T42 


Vz 


2.516 


" " 




84 


132562 


6063-T42 


S'lVA" 


.661 


Fascia 


59 


84 


132572 


6063-T42 


9'iiy2" 


.445 


Soffit Trim 




84 



SECTION ASSEMBLIES 



GRAVEL 


STOPS — 


COPINGS & 










ACCESSORIES 
















Gravel 


Joint 






Outside 


Inside 


Anchor 


Section 


Stop 


Cover 


Fascia 


Soffit 


Corner 


Corner 


Plate 


TYPE F 
















39259 


39259 


39258 


— _ 


— _ 


15092 


15093 




42058 


42058 


42061 


— — 


— ^ 


15096 


15087 




42059 


42059 


42062 




—^ — . 


15098 


15089 


— . — 


42063 


42063 


42060 


-^ . 




15090 


15091 





66588 


66588 


66589 




_ — „ 


15094 


15095 




84968 


84968 


84969 







15485 


15484 




87096 


87096 


87095 







15483 


15482 




87097 


87907 


87098 








15481 


15480 




112331 


112331 


125571 







15497 


15496 




TYPE E 
















68755* 


68755 


15045 







15021 


15020 


15088 


TYPE EE 
















79587-8* 


* 79588 


15354 


79589 


79590 


15391 


15390 


15355 


TYPE FF 
















79591 


79591 


15358 


79589 


79590 


15357 


15356 





79592 


79592 


15361 


79589 


79590 


15360 


15359 





TYPE H 
















117861 


117861 


117871 


132562 


132572 


15503 


15502 




111291 


111291 
COPING 


_ 111301 


132562 


132572 


15505 


15504 




TYPE G 
















6661 It 


66611 


15022 


_ — 


— 


15065 


15064 


15108 


TYPE G 


12 














69177tt 


69177 


15023 


—— 





15067 


15066 


15122 


♦Include 15086 Pitch Dam 












** '< 


79587 Flashing Cap 












t " 


15040 Gutter Bar 












tt " 


15038 Gutter Bar 
















59 



ALUMINUM 



HANDRAIL CASTINGS 



Die 
Number 



(For Die Drawings, 
See Pages 85-86} 



Description 



YOU 
SER^ 
YOU 
METi 



NEW 

worth 
P. O. B 

CARTI 

P, O. i 
Milik ! 
YOrkti 
Dir. D 
TWX-1 



HARR 

1000 S{ 
HUmb( 
Dir. Di 

TWX-$ 



CAMB 

281 All 
TRowb 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-61 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwin 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-21 



301 -B BRACKET FOR HANDRAILS UNDER 2" WIDE 
302-B BRACKET FOR HANDRAILS OyER 2" WIDE 
303-B (16505-B) BRACKET FOR HANDRAIL DIE 16505 AND 
OTHER RAILS OVER 2" WIDE 

16505-CR CHANNEL SCROLL 

20609-C CHANNEL SCROLL 

66294-C CHANNEL SCROLL 

16505-ER(16505-RE) TERMINAL END 

20609-E TERMINAL END 

66294-E TERMINAL END 

20609-U LAMBS TONGUE 

66294-L LAMBS TONGUE 

16505-SR SCROLL LEFT OR RIGHT 

20609-S SCROLL LEFT OR RIGHT 

66294-S SCROLL LEFT OR RIGHT 



TRUCK BODY CASTINGS 



Die 

Number 



356-T6 Alloy 

(For Die Drawings, 
See Page 86) 



Description 



16-B-48 CORNER CASTINGS FOR DIE 9006 

45873 LINTEL CORNER CASTING FOR DIE 45873 

45874-B BALL CORNER CASTING 

45874-S SQUARE CORNER CASTING 

14007 CORNER CASTING FOR DIE 14007 

45874-R CORNER CASTING FOR DIE 45874 



L_ 



CLIPS 



Die 
Number 



(For Die Drawings, 
See Page 86) 



I 



Description 



SC-201 STEEL SPRING CLIPS FOR DIES 70422-70423-70424 
SC-202 STEEL SPRING CLIPS FOR DIES 8321-70425-70426 
SA-100 WINDOW SILL CLIP FOR DIES 54684- THRU 54693 



60 



L 
[ 






1/ 



1 



"1 



-I 



COUNTER EDGE 10 



nr — I .; 



_„.,—! I 



TEE (Divider Strip) il 



1 



^r:u 




I7f" 



BELT MOLDING 



74 




Section 
number 


A 


B 


C 


r' 










74C 


188 


500 


019 


500 


74A 


188 


0625 


0.019 


0.625 


74B 


0188 


0.750 


0020 


750 


74H 


188 


0875 


0.019 


0875 


74Q 


188 


1.000 


0,020 


1 000 


74E 


0950 


0.875 


0.025 


0.875 


74D 


0250 


1.000 


0025 


1.250 


74F 


0950 


1 250 


0.025 


1 250 


74P 


250 


2 000 


0025 


4,000 



188 
188 
0.188 
188 
188 
0.250 
0203 
0.250 
0250 



Est weight 
per foot 



0.086 
0.107 
128 
0.137 
152 
192 
0228 
0.257 
0,418 



Factor 



14 
14 
13 
14 
13 
10 
10 
10 
9 



ANGLE 



7SK 



fl 



GLASS STOP OR 251 

CORNER COVE 




BELT MOLDING 141 



YL 



# 



BELT MOLDING 363 



61 




YOl 
SER' 



HARF 

1000 S 

HUml 
Dir. E 
TWX- 



CAMB 

281 All 
TRowf 
Dir. D: 
TWX-6 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwii , 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-2: 



If ii:mi^^ 







ANGLES— 


EQUAL AND UNEQUAL 
SHARP CORNERS 

! 1 


LEGS, 








J_ 












^1 




Section 
number 


A 
inchti 


B 
iBch« 


c 

inehvi 


Est. wtight 
per foot, pounds 


Factor 




1944 
1312 

79-H 
1943 


0.375 
0,500 
0.500 
0.500 


0.750 
0,500 
0.500 
1.000 


0.094 
0,062 
0,125 
0.094 


0.116 
0,070 
0.131 
158 


19 
28 

15 
19 




7201 
895 

79-0 
472 


0.500 
0.500 
0.625 
0.750 


1.000 
1.250 
0.625 
0.750 


0.125 
0.125 
0,125 
0.062 


0,206 
0.244 
0,168 
0.108 


15 
14 
15 
28 




^9.A 
7385 
5137 

79-M 


0.750 
0.750 
0.750 
1.000 


0.750 
1.000 
1,500 
1,000 


0.185 
0.125 
0.125 
0.062 


0.206 
0,244 
0.319 
0.145 


14 
14 
14 
28 




79-G 
79-B 
7613 
87070 
6844 


1.000 
1.000 
1.000 
1.375 
1.000 


1.000 
1.000 
1.500 
0,875 
2.000 


0.125 
0.188 
0.|25 

0,125 


0,281 
0,408 
0.356 
0,209 
0,431 


14 

10 j 

14 

25 

14 




79-T 
79-P 
6746 
79.V 


1,250 
1.250 
1.250 
1 500 


1.250 
1 250 
3.500 
1.500 


0.125 
0.188 
0.125 
0,125 


0.356 
0,519 
0,694 
0.431 


14 

10 i 

14 

14 




79- N 
79- Y 
79-X 
79-Q 


1.500 
1.750 
2 000 
2.000 


1 500 
1.750 
2.000 
2.000 


0.188 
0.125 
0.125 
0,168 


0,633 
0.506 
0.581 
0,857 


9 
14 
14 

9 




79-E 
2880 C6063-T6) 


2.000 
2,250 


2.000 
5.250 


0.250 
125 


1.124 
1,106 


7 
14 




'Long leg ii ,062' thick, short leg is .081' (hick. 




BELT MOLDINC 

.M 

hm 1.1)5- 


3 510 

w 

1 


DRIP MOLDING «7 

■'"'~1 \ — 

fST. WT. PM.FT.-.I<4 11. 
FACTOI U 




r /"S 








tST. WT, «t n.-.JIJ 11. 
FACTOI IJ 




BELT MOLDING 


iSO 


QU 

T — 1 


ARTER ON 


^AL Wl 




1 , „ 


^ 




r 

1 


> 




eCT ^-^ 




\ ! 




J 

»t. WT ni FT 

FACTOI f 






\ 

.M 

aST. WT. PH FT.-.1 
FACTOi 1 1 


»1 LI. 








H 


" 1 

M lis. 



62 



ALUMINUM 



D 

.•5 


RIP 


MOLDING 


668 






ZEE 




77K 








BT. WT. r 

rACTOt ♦ 


1 


.IM' 

1 




m. wT. m n. 

FACTO! 13 


L — \^y 

-.307 LI. 


m nr.-.vit it. 


■- I.I3«--J ' 




CORNER NOSING 


787 


CHANNEL 

—1 r.iso- 


892 








-1.0OO- . 


-~~^ 


IST. WT. f 
FACTOt 7 


LOW* 


IM- 


^1 oir 




1ST. WT, PH FT,-.4» 
FACTOti 


1. 


J_J 1 

1.000- 4 

n fT.-i.**7 11. 




TEES — TAPER STEM AND FLANGES, 
ROUNDED ANGLES, SHARP CORNERS 




Section 
number 


A, 
inches 


inches 


t, 

inch 


inch 


inch 


f-1 

inch 


Est weight 
per foot, pounds 


Factor 




853-F 
853-6 
853-N 
853-K 
853-G 


1 

V/i 
I'/i 

i'/i 


1 

VA 
V/i 
I'/i 


'/i 
'/• 
' i* 


'/a 

'/a 
'/a 




'/i 
'/i 
'/• 


320 
450 
628 
.700 
890 


12 

12 

8 

7 

6 
















— Ill 






s, 




1 




^ 


-^T 


TEES — *"" * "" *'^""' ' 
SH> 

I 

• 
i 

1 


^RP COR^ 


slERS 

i 

1 




.-J 


r- 








-^ 


— t-j 




Section 
number 


A 
inches 


B 
inches 


t-1 
inches 


» 2 

inches 


Est weight 
pei foot, pounds 


Foctor 




18307 
4716 
7030 
1257 


V* 
'/• 
1 


V. 
1% 
1% 


Hi 


'/i 
'/i 
'/• 


,206 
280 
328 
319 


15 

14 

13 

9 




18308 

25055 

5951 

18906 


1 
1 

1 V4 

2 


1 

y4 




'/i 
'/i 

'/• 


244 
281 
300 
394 


14 
14 
14 
14 














63 




"''I-'"* 



SER 
YOl 
MET 

NEW 

WOrtl 

P.O.: 



CAMB 

281 All 
TRowfc 
Dir. Di 
TWX-6: 



PHI lad] 

1955 W. i 
BAIdwin I ^ 
Dir. DistJ 
TWX-213 



BELT MOLDING 10|] 



^ 



COUNTER EDGE 1441 






BELT MOLDING 1122 



r'-'-^i 



CRESCENT 



1141 




CHANNELS, SHARP CORNERS 



T' 



Section 

number 



2335 
2749 
8997 
4533 



2715 
3547 
1940 
7484 



4286 
87071 

4542 
1*3507 



4300 
8449 
2105 
5714 



2388 
5527 
22266 
2748 



40517(6062-16) 
6594 
3776 

17146 



inchei 



500 

0.500 
0500 
0625 



0.750 
0.750 
1.000 
1 000 



1 250 
1.250 
1.250 
1.438 



1.500 
1.750 
1.750 
1 750 



2 000 
2.000 

2.100 
2,250 



2.500 
3.000 
3.000 
5.000 



.chei 



0.375 
0.500 
0.750 
0.625 



0.375 
0.750 
500 
1.000 



0.500 
0.750 
1.250 
0.500 



0.500 
0,500 
750 
1.000 



0.500 
1.000 
0.550 
0.875 



1 500 
0.500 
1 000 
2000 



C 

inches 



0.125 



0.125 
0.125 
0.125 
0.125 



0.125 
0.125 
0.125 
0.094 



0.125 
125 
0.125 
0.125 



0.125 
0.125 
0.100 
125 



0.125 
0.125 
125 
188 



Est. weight 
er foot, pounds 



0.150 
0.148 
0.263 
0,244 



0187 
0.300 
0.263 
0.413 



300 
0,374 
0.526 
0.251 



0337 
0,374 
0.450 
0.524 



0.413 
0564 
360 
0563 



0,787 

563 
0713 

1 940 



020 U lengths. 
®22 Ft. Itnglhs. 



64 




H.MIMirM 






CHANNEL 






2296 



fST WT pfR FT -1031 II 



PILASTER 



2372 




PILASTER 



3164 




CORNER TRIM 3513 




I SOO 1 



•Jl'l // 


31 


JO- 


J 


.1*1' 




-.7iO--| 

^ „ J.^JS- -N 







TRIM 



3616 



CHANNEL »1» 



i"U 



L 



k- .375- -U 



PILASTER 



UU 




65 



I 



'J'll i'^ ' 



DOOR FRAME 



3728 



r 



n 

I 1.150 



YOl 
SERl 
YOl 
METi 



GLASS STOP 43(H 




u.,„- 



SEMI-HOLLOW TRIM 4477 
or 
PANEL EDGING 




BASE MOLD 



4490 



Ml 

wc 

p. O. ] 
CART^ 

P.O.; 

Milik i 
YOrkt 
Dir. n 
TWX- 

haM 

1000 & 
HUmb 
Dir. D 
TWX-i 



CAMS 

281 All 
TRowl: 
Dir. Dis| 
TWX-6 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-21 



i 



c 




U.' 



RUB RAIL 



1 




4619 



GLASS FRAME 5398 




I 66 




"'ll-^l'^'" 



GLASS FRAME 5391 



J 




DOOR FRAME 5393 



l 



JE 



1 



DOOR FRAME 5392 

\ 



k=^^- 



GLASS FRAME M74 




DOOR FRAME 



6498 



1.000' I 

\ L 



H BEAM 



M99 



n 



L 



COLUMN POST "I" 



F=[T- 



[TLa 



%•• u-i 



TYPE W 



THRESHOLD 



7032 




67 



'^'11 i'J ' 



YOl 
SER 

YOl 
ME1 

V 

NEW 

WOr^ 

P. oJ 



in 



7088 



IJSO'-J 1 



VAULT MOLDfNG 749» 




VAULT MOLDING 7498 




TRIM 



ni] 






ar-ai 



DOOR FRAME 



7148 




PHILAf 

1955 WJ 
BAldwi I 
Dir. Dii 
TWX-2 



PILASTER 



8447 



fe^^^^^^"^^^^^ 



l$T WT fEI FT.-iO* Lll. 



68 



SIDE POST 



1614 



TI 




NMIMIfM 



ROOF BOW 



8606 




CHANNEL 



9004 



094- L — — J.JJO' •<- .J 



DOOR FRAME 



B792 




VAULT MOLDING 9418 




TRIM 



9553 




VAULT MOLDING 9419 

r 




THRESHOLDS 
TYPE F 



Section 
number 



10346 
38653 
10347 
38654 



l'/4 
1% 

1!^ 

lys 



1%4 
'%4 
'%4 
1%4 



Est. weight 
per foot, pounds 



.180 
.194 
.232 
.224 



Factor 



16 
18 
16 
18 



69 



I 
m 
m 

H 



r 
> 

H 

m 



> 
m 



1 


i 


^ 




1 




MMIMM'^ 



YOl 
SER^ 
YOU 
METi 



i 



NEW 

worth 
P. O. I 




HARF 

1000 S' 
HUmb 
Dir. D 
TWX-f 



CAME 

281 M 
TRowl 
Dir. Dia 



PHI LAD 

1955 W. 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-21 



SADDLES 



TYPE C 



\^^ 



=^ 



Section 
number 



10351 
10352 



3 

4%4 



'/4 



Est. weight 
per foot, pounds 



.476 
.894 



Factor 



13 
10 



THRESHOLDS 



TYPE D 



Section 
number 



10353 
38649 



3/2 

4'/4 






Est. weight 
per Foot, pounds 



.595 
.689 



Factor 



15 
15 



SUkT 



1075S 



i T 



GLASS STOP 12919 



^ui'i^ 




L, 



HANDRAIL 



U5Q5 




1ST WT. fll FT.-. Ml US, 

FACTOR- II 



THRESHOLDS 
AND SADDLES 

TYPE B 



Section 
number 



38651 
19047 
19048 



19049 
26638 



6 

7 



v% 



Vt 
Vi 



Est. weight 
per foot, pounds 



.721 

.829 

1.102 



1.226 
1.777 



Factor 



10 
11 
10 



11 
9 



70 




'>MI-^i'^'» 



HANDRAIL 20609 




CHANNEL 22819 





— I7S" 


I 






_1 


^ 







THRESHOLDS 



TYPE E 



Section 
number 



Est. weight 
per foot, pounds 



Factor 



20999 
18658 



VA 

4% 






66t 

760 



17 
16 



HANDRAIL 23681 




l^rrl 




ZEE 23787 






^ 



SIDE POST 24531 



HANDRAIL 25300 



~n 




WINDOW STOOL 26593 



SNAPMOLD 26936 





71 



YOl 
SER' 
YOl 
METi 



NEW 

WOrti 
P. O. I 

CART 

P.O.i 
Milik 
YOrld 
Dir. I 
TW^ 

haW 

1000 s 
HUmb 
Dir. n 
TWX- 



CAMG 

281 AI 
TRovH 
Dir. Di| ^ 



PHI LA 

1955 w! 
BAldwh ' 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2 

On 




SNAPMOLD 



NEWELL HOLLOW 2 34096 

r 



^ 



^\'°- 



-A 



MMIMHI\ 

L 
[ 

[ 

[ 




HOLLOW 3 TRIM 







WINDOW SILLS 



'TYPE C 




Section 
number 

37734 
37735 
37736 

37737 
37738 
37739 



3437 

3.937 
4.437 

4.937 
5.437 
5.937 



3.000 
3.500 
4.000 



4.500 
5.000 
5.500 



0.094 
0.094 
0.094 

0.094 
0.094 
0.094 



1.562 
1.594 
1.625 



1.656 
1.687 
1.719 



0.188 
0.219 
0.250 



0.281 
0.312 
0.344 



Elf. weight 
per foot, 
poundi 



0.188 0.524 
0.188 0.574 
0.188 0.636 



0.188 
0.188 
0.188 



0.691 
0.746 
0.804 



Foctor 



18 
18 
18 



18 
IB 
18 



r 



72 



<''i-^i"ri 




42059 
87097 
42058 
66588 



A 

4 
4 
4 



3 72 % 

31/2 1 

5 1 

6 n/2 



74 
74 
74 
74 



.0937 .697 

.0937 .696 

.0937 .838 

.0937 .930 



42062 
87098 
42061 
66589 



39259 4 6 72 ^4 74 .0937 .978 39258 

87096 4 6 72 1 74 .0937 .978 87095 

42063 4- 73/4 5/8 % .125 T.315 42060 

84968 4 73/4 It/j 1/4 .125 1.315 84969 



EXTRUDED 
JOINT F 

COVERS 



Pounds 
Per 6" 

Piece 



42062 
87098 
42061 
66589 



4.125 
4.125 
4.125 
4.125 



3.500 
3.500 
5.031 
6.031 



.625 

1.000 
1.000 
1.500 



.094 
.094 
.094 
.094 



.094 
.094 
.156 
.125 



.250 
.250 
.219 
.188 



.413 
.430 
.501 
.572 



39258 4.125 

87095 4.125 

42060 4.125 

84969 4.125 



6.531 
6.602 
7.782 
7.782 



.750 
1.000 

.625 
1.500 



.094 
.094 
.125 
.125 



.125 
.125 
.156 
.156 



.188 
.250 

.281 
.281 



.560 
.571 
.741 
.789 



NOTE* Detailed drawings should be consulted for complete 
dimensional data. 



SIDE SILL 45872 

h-i 550' -H 




LINTEL 45873 



tT^ 



4J6" J 



N 



73 



m 



ALUMINUM 



CAME 

281 All 
TRowl 
Dir. Difc. 
TWX-6: 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAIdwir i 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2] 



ROOF RAIL 



45174 




CORNER POST #5175 




SIDE POST 



54MI 




Ul,Of4-4-— 1.111' -J 



jm 



74 



SIDE POST 45174 



Ml' 



■••'-*t,„,.jT 



RUB RAIL 4SI77 

"It- 



LINTEL «87l 




DOOR POST *5l7f 



1.150' 






ii 



ALUMINUM 




Section 
number 



54684 
54685 
54686 
54687 



54688 
54689 
54690 
54691 



54692 
54693 



3.500 
4.000 
4.500 
5.000 



5500 
6000 
6 562 
7.562 



8.125 
9.125 



2.750 
3250 
3.750 
4.250 



4750 
5.250 
5.750 
6.750 



7.250 
8.250 



0.625 
0.625 
0.625 
0.625 



0625 
0.625 
0.625 
0.625 



0688 
0.688 



1.812 
1.844 
1.875 
1.906 



1 938 
1.969 
2.000 
2.062 



2.156 
2.219 



0.188 
0.219 
0.250 
0.281 



0.312 
0.344 
0375 
0438 



0.469 
0531 



0.1 88 
0.188 
188 
0.188 



0.188 
0.188 
0.188 
0.188 



0.250 
0.250 



0.125 
0.125 
0.125 
125 



0.125 
0.125 
0.156 
0.156 



0.188 
0.188 



Weight 
per foot 



0.767 
0.842 
0.919 
0.994 



1.067 
1.141 
1.529 
1.716 



2.189 
2.414 



Factor 



13 
13 
13 
13 



13 
13 
11 
11 



END STOP 



58219 






ANCHOR 58222 



4iiij^^:; 



PLASTER STOP 



58271 



3i 




58229 



CORNER TRIM 






56391 



EST. PEHMrrEt-io.saa in. 

(ST. WT. ft* FT.-.604 LIS, 

fACiot— 1 a 



,750 I- I J L^Sil 



(fi 
z 
m 
m 

H 



TJ 

r 

> 

H 

m 



I 
> 

"0 

m 



7i % 



75 




I r*. U M I J7 



TYPE R 



THRESHOLD 




M585 



YOl 
SER^ 
YOl 
MET. 



TYPE R 



THRESHOLD 



.0*5' J I, 



:''i-r K««. 



^ *•««' — - T Us- ^ 



TYPE R 




60586 



605S7 



NEW 

WOrtB 
P. OJ 

CART 

P. O. i 
Milik \ 
YOrl^ 
Dir. 11 

Tw:?d 

HARR 

1000 S( 
HUmbi 
Dir. Di 

TWX-5 



CAMB 

281 All 
TRowl 
Dir. DL 
TWX-61^ 



PHI LAD 

1955 w. : 

BAldwin 
Dir. Dist " 
TWX-2U 



TYPE R 



THRESHOLD 



-^ 



Z:}J£k 



A 



FASCIA 



61518 




'"■^l^c 



FASCIA 



64097 



— h- ii«" 



fSI WT Ml »T- I lot 




76 



'^'"-'"''" 



HANDRAIL 66293 



ESr Wt PtR FT — 6t< LBS 
FACTO* T 



HANDRAIL 66295 




EST WT PtR FT - lis Lfc 
FACTOR* 



HANDRAIL 66294 




ESI WI PE(( FT — 1IA LBS 
FACTOR^ 



COPING 66582 




COPING G-8 



66611 




1ST, WT. MR FT.-3*12 US. 
FaCTOI 1 5 



COPING G-12 69177 




GRAVEL STOP "755 




m 






i 1 

m ^ 

1 



77 




"'"-"^ ■ 



YOU 
SERl 
YOU 
METi 

NEW ' 
WOrthj 
P.O.I 

CARTI 

P.O.: 
Milik 

YOrkI 
Dir. E 
TWX 

HARR 

1000 S( 
HUmb 
Dir. D| 
TWX4 



CAMB 

281 All 
TRow^ 
Dir. Dii 
TWX-6: 



.K 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-21 I 



DRIP MOLD 70421 




1ST. WT. PtI FT. — .t»4 L»S. 



PICTURE MOLD 70423 




tST PttlMlTII — 11 117 IN 
ISt WT Ptt n — 103 IIS 
FACTOt 1 k 



WALL TRIM 



7042S 





77563 



EST. WT. PfG FT -.096 IB 
FACTOB II 



PICTURE MOLD 70422 




BT. WT. fH WX. - .»4? US. 
PACTOt I* 



BASE MOLD 



3.000 -^ * 4 



.40« 



TRIM 



70424 



70426 



FASCIA END STOP 77564 
r- /■.tw — ^ 

; \^ -^ »— .210' 

.040 




78 



dB 



"MIMirM 



FLASHING CAP 79587 




SOFFIT TRIM 79590 



—i ^t~ 3*'" 




EST, WT fit FT. — .443 II. 

fACTOi — 31 



TYPE EE GRAVEL STOP 



795B8 




ISt WT rti »T - I Uf It 



FASCIA 79589 






:5f!i 






^^3.^ 



-t: 



PjE^ 



TYPE FF GRAVEL STOP 7f»] 




JT^ 



ESI WT nt fT — 31ft LB 



CO 

I 
m 
m 

H 



I 
> 

m 

C/1 




71 

> 
0) 

1 

i 


1 

' ^ 
*■ 

^ 


^ 


1 


z 

fn 
r 

Z ' 



X 
n 

r 

1 



79 



"'HMIK'fc 



SER 
YOl 

MET 



NEW' 

WOrtl 
P.O.J 

CAR1 

P.O. 
Milik 
YOrkJ 
Dir. 1 



HARF 

1000 i 

HUmj 
Dir. 1 

Tw:?d 



CAMI 

281 AJ 
TRow 
Dir. D^ 
TWX-( ^ 



PHI LA 

1955 W 
BAldwii 
Dir. 
TWX-: 



lUWll — 

ill 



1ST. WT. PER FT — 1.tl« II. 




jmi 



REEFER FLOORING 



79a4»0 



*"":'"T'-t: 



ii 






V 



T 



ftf wi n» n - I •*} I 



,44^ 







f 


EEFEfi 


FLOORING 




79 


1<KC 


1 


■*"' ***'^ 


-1 tii'- 


-1 Mf--. 




— !«• 


I 1- 


\h 


/.rij-t 


1 


/"■■■ 


(»0-- 


"1 IT 


1 


1 ,..- 

1M' 


- 


V 


l^ 






<;]^ 





III WI nn »T - I tM IS 



EDGE FINISHER 
FLOORING 



CST WT ni FT-1 I SI II 




79SS2 



80 



^HIIMIMIIM 



EDGE STARTER ■ 
FLOORING 



79803 



CENTER STARTER - 
FLOORING 



79804 



"-rt.., ; "_ 



T — r-" 






■ \ Ml- 1 



:J 



i. 



_L 



••|*.7J«-. 
» tJJ" 



* OM" ■ 



=n. 



i':#Jl^ 



U-,ow" -Jk.iw I .0)1' 



DRY FREIGHT FLOORING 

, 7 »•«• 



79805 



i_|^0f4 iL^oiO''** -~ f^ 3*0' 



1 ^JL.. -HlU-l: 

l-» ii»*^ -A ti* t— 



-TU, 



isi wi ni »i _ 1 1 7« It 



CENTER STARTER — 79804 

FLOORING 



-I 000' •» 



•^^^^:- 



J 



0.1-1 ; I r. 



ist WI nt M _ 7JI II 



MULLION OR FRAME 79840 



MT WI, PH FT- I <J7 



COVE 
BASE 



r-- 



64701 



-p.. I 

^ VL 06rR 



MULLION OR FRAME 79841 



II 


I 

1730- 


— 




y 



1ST. WT Mt FT- 1.100' 
FAaOl 13 



0) 

I 
m 
m 



81 




"'"-^'"'^ 



CART 

P.O.! 
Milikl 
YOrki 
Dir. 

i 



)ir.| 



HARF 

1000 g 
HUmf 
Dir. ^ 



CAMi 

281 A| 
TRoW 
Dir ^ 



PHIL/ 

1955 W| 
BAldwif 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-21 



MULTIPURPOSE TRIM 84702 



—0 21°' 



>-u 



THRESHOLD M7II 
MITER STRIP 

-■+"1 



L US' 



1 



TYPE H THRESHOLD — 4'' 



84782 



r 



lj 



icj^^^^^^^^^lPT^^" 



i~j 



TYPE H THRESHOLD — 5" 
.»• ^ ^jy> v ^^J^ K ^^ ^ ^^_ 



84783 



TYPE H THRESHOLD — 6" 



84784 






■ itio'— — H '"■ 



TYPE H THRESHOLD — 7" 



84785 




FASCIA 



870ii 




-4 U 



82 




NMI^MIM 



HANDRAIL 87S47 



'1 






HANDRAIL 



87068 




TEE 



170*9 



HANDRAIL 



90503 





t 't 



0^4 « 



1^ 



063 i. 

V 



GRAVEL STOP 



111291 



< 033 «. -fl ~~-.__ 



03..j^r 

*- 1 43» ^ 




eST. WT. MIFT. — 1.133 LI. 



GRAVEL STOP COVER 



11130) 



t.6IO 
1-43' 




HK' 






1ST. WT. «irt. — 1 J39 LB. 



83 




''HMII'. 



HARP 

1000 i , 

Dir. d 
TWxl 



CAME 

281 All 
TRowl 
Dir. D.. 
TWX-6: 



PHI LAI 

1955 W. 
BAIdwir 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-2 



I 



j 



GRAVEL STOP 



112331 




k- 



■■^k 






F, WT. Ml FT.— I.in LI. 



GRAVEL STOP 



117861 



.?30 



^ .0*2 I. 

iST. WT PEI FT. — 1,44j LI 



.061 1. 









GRAVEL STOP 117I7I 

COVER 



FASCIA 



U .no 



132M2 



^ 



f^r 



tx 



SOFFIT TRIM* 132572 

— I 000- 




84 




'^ ^l-t'^ ■ 



HANDRAIL BRACKET 301-8 



I 




HANDRAIL BRACKET 303-B 
(16S05-B) 

- 1 1!^- 




SCROLL 1.6505-S 

(LEFT OR RIGHT) 




LAMBS TONGUE 20609-L 




SCROLL 20609-S 

(LEFT OR RIGHT) 




HANDRAIL BRACKET 302-B 



nr: 




CHANNEL SCROLL 16505-C 




TERMINAL END 16505-E 



CHANNEL SCROLL 20609-C 



1 4375 
_L 




TERMINAL END 20609-E 



(S^ 



CHANNEL SCROLL 66294-( 



5 3125 ^H 




TERMINAL END 66294-E 



^^ 





1 


i 




\ 


To" 






N^ 



85 



'^''I-^I"' 



YOl 
SER' 
YOli 
METi 

NEwl 

WOrtH 
P- 0- ] 

CAR-R 

P. 0.1 
Milikl 
YOry 
Dir. D 
TWXJ 



HARR 

1000^ 
HUmy 
Dir. D 

TWXJ 



CAMB 

281 All 
TRowl 
Dir. m 
TWX-6 



PHI LA 

1955 W 
BAldwii 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-2: 



1 



SCROLL 66294-S 

(LEFT OR RIGHT) 

6 0<.!5 - 




LAMBS TONGUE 66294-L 



LINTEL CORNER 45873 
CASTING 




T68-4B 




CORNER 

CASTING 



tXHUOtP TOf lAll 




45174'i 

BALL 
CORNER 
CASTING 

EXHUOtD TOP rUil 




45174-S 

SQUARE 
CORNER 
CASTING 



CXTBUOED TOP RAIL 




14007 



CORNER 
CASTING 

EXTRUDED TOP RAIL 




CORNER CASTING 45874-1 




SC-201 

SNAP-ON CLIP 

For 70422 

70423 

704 24 



^ 



SC-202 

SNAP-ON CLIP 
83 21 

^^'- 704 25 
70426 



^ 



WINDOW SILL SA-10< 

ANCHOR CLIP 
for 54684 thru 54693 



86 



i^^M 



1 

I WHAT DO YOU WANT 
1 TO KNOW ABOUT 

m 

Complete information, includ- 
ing the latest technical de- 
velopments made by the 
engineering and research de- 
partments of the Anaconda 
American Brass Company 
is available to you free of 
charge. Some of this literature 
is listed on the next page. 

If at any time you have 
problems about brass, call our 
nearest warehouse sales office 
for help. 





^So 



HAR 

10001 
HUm 
Dir. I 
TWX| 

CAME 

281 Al 
TRowl 
Dir. D^ 
TWX-( 



Angles & Channels 112-114 

Architectural Bronze 

Rod 102,103 

Angle & Channel 113, 114 

Bar & Rod.. 95-104 

Bolts — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Coiled Sheet & Strip 88,89 

Commercial Bronze Rod. .101, 102 

Condenser & Heat Exchanger 
Tubes 112 

Data Section 269-279 

Muntz Metal Sheet 93,94 

Naval Brass 

Sheet&Plate 92 

Rod 99 

Nickel Silver 

Sheet&Strip .94 

Rod 104 

Nuts — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Old and New Alloy Numbers.. .128 

Phosphor Bronze 

Strip 94 

Rod .....103 

Pipe 110,111 

Plate ..........92,93 

Rod & Bar .95-104 

Screws — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Shafting 100 

Sheet 88-91 

Spring Strip 89 

Strip 89-91 

Telescope Tubing.. 108 

Tobin Bronze 

Rod 100,101 

Shafting 100 

Tubing 106-110 

Washers — See Industrial 
Products Section 

WeightTable 87 

Weight Conversion Factors 87 

Welding Rod — See Welding and 
Brazing Section 

Wire 105 



BRASS 



Stocks change from time to 
time. If the material you want 
is not listed here, call or write 
our office nearest you for addi- 
tional information. 



LITERATURE ON BRASS 

Here are a few of the booklets 
published by the Anaconda 
American Brass Company 
that are available to you. This 
literature is free, and may be 
had by calling our represent- 
ative, or writing our nearest 
warehouse sales ofTice. 

Anaconda Copper and Copper 

Alloys 
Data for the user of Copper & 

Copper Alloys 
Copper & Copper Alloy 

Metalexicon 
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS for 

Machining Copper^ Brass 

Bronze and Nickel Silver 
Tubes and Plates for Condens- 
ers and Heat Exchangers 
Copper for Electrical 

Conductors 
Rods for Screw Machine 

Products 
Welding Rods and Procedures 

for Welding Copper and 

Copper Alloys 
Copper Tubes and Fittings 
Anaconda through-woll 

flashing 
Extruded Architectural Bronze 

Thresholds 
EVERDUR Alloys, Physical 

Properties ond Applications 
EVERDUR Electrical Conduit 

TELEPHONES OF OFFICES 
AND WAREHOUSES 

New York, New York 

worth 4-2800 

Carteret, N. J. ..YOrktown 9-2000 
Cambridge, Moss. 

TRowbridge 6-4680 

Harrison N. J. . .HUmboldt 5-5900 
Philadelphia, Po..BAIdwin 9-2323 

Baltimore, Md Windsor 4-2000 

Buffalo, N. Y. . . .TRiangle 6-3 TOO 
Syracuse, N. Y . . .HOward 3-6241 
Windsor, Conn, .'phone 688-4921 
Rochester, N. Y BUtler 8-2141 



•i 






YELLOW BRASS 
OLD ALLOY NO. 42 
NEW ALLOY NO. 260 



BRASS 
SHEET 
WEIGHT TABLE 

Pounds per 
Square Foot 



Thicltness 


B&S 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


B&S 


Pounds per 


(in incties) 


Gauge 


Sq. Ft. 


(in Inches) 


Gauge 


Sq. Ft. 


1 .000 




44.35 


.0571 


15 


2.532 


.875 





38.81 


.0508 


16 


2.253 


.750 


— 


33.26 


.0453 


17 


2.009 


.625 


— 


27.72 


.0403 


18 


1.787 


.500 


— 


22.18 


.0359 


19 


1.592 


.4600 


_ 4/0 


20.40 


.0320 


20 


1.419 


.4096 


3/0 


18.17 


.0285 


21 


1.264 


.375 


— 


16.63 


.0254 


22 


1.122 


.3648 


2/0 


16.18 


.0226 


23 


1.002 


.3249 


1/0 


14.41 


.0201 


24 


.8915 


.3125 


_ 


13.86 


.0179 


25 


.7939 


.2893 


1 


12.83 


.0159 


26 


.7052 


,2576 


' 2 


11.43 


.0142 


27 


.6298 


.250 


— 


11.09 


.0126 


28 


.5588 


.2294 


3 


10.17 


.0113 


29 


.5012 


.2043 


4 


9.061 


.0100 


30 


.4435 


.1875 


— 


8.316 


.0089 


31 


.3947 


.1819 


5 


8.068 


.0080 


32 


.3548 


.1620 


6 


7.185 


.0071 


33 


.3149 


.1443 


7 


6.400 


.0063 


34 


.2794 


.1285 


8 


5.699 


.0056 


35 


.2484 


.125 


„ 


5.544 


.0050 


36 


.2218 


.1144 


9 


5.074 


.0045 


37 


.1996 


.1019 


10 


4.519 


.0040 


38 


.1774 


.0907 


11 


4.023 


.0035 


39 


.1552 


.0808 


12 


3.584 


.0031 


40 


.1375 


.0720 


13 


3.193 


.0028 


41 


.1242 


.0641 


14 


2.843 


.0025 


42 


.1109 



tDZ 



WEIGHT CONVERSION FACTORS 

for Use With Above Table 



Alloy 


Aiioy 
No. 


Conversion 
Factor 


Alloy 


Alloy 
No. 


Conversion 
Factor 


MUNTZ 

METAL 66 0.9870 

CLOCK OLD: 246 f 

BRASS NEW: 3532 f "•^^^'* 

GRADE A 
PHOSPHOR 

BRONZE OLD: 351 ( . ^^^ 
NEW: 510 f 1-0389 

COMMERCIAL 

BRONZE 14 1.039 


TOBIN 

BRONZE 450 

AND NAVAL & 

BRASS 452 0.9870 

MANGANESE 

BRONZE 937 .09805 

EVERDUR 1010 1.0000 

ARCHITECTURAL 

BRONZE OLD: 280^ [ , -^-. 
NEW: 355 ( ^'^^ 



87 



YELLOW BRASS COILED 
SHEET - SOFT 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Width 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.0031 
.0050 
.0063 



Old Alloy No. 42 
New Alloy No. 260 



Thiclcness 
(in inches) 



Width 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.0254 



10 
12 
14 



.929 
1.122 
1.31 





8 


.185 


.0320 


6 


.705 


.0080 


12 


.3548 




8 


,940 


.0100 


12 


.4435 




10 


1.175 


.0126 


6 


.277 




12 


1.419 




12 


.5588 




14 


1.640 




20* 


.925 


.0359 


10 


1.29 


.0159 


6 


.35 


.0403 


12 


1.787 




12 


.7052 




14 


1.92 


.0201 


6 


.443 


.0508 


8 


1.49 




8 


.5944 




12 


2.253 




10 


.738 


.0641 


6 


1.41 




12 


.8915 




10 


2.35 




14 


1.03 




12 


2.82 


.0254 


6 
8 


.557 
.740 




14 


3.29 










* Dead Soft 


YELLOW BRASS COILED 


» 
Old Alloy No. 42 




SHEET - 


HALF HARD 


New Alloy No. 2^0 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


.0080 


12 


.3548 


.0254 


12 


1.122 


.0100 


12 


.4435 


.0320 


12 


1.419 


.0126 


12 


.5588 


.0359 


12 


1.592 


.0159 


12 


.7052 


.0403 


12 


1.787 




14 


.817 


.0453 


12 


2.009 


.0201 


6 
12 


.443 
.8915 


.0508 


12 


2.253 



PHI LAI 

1955 Wj 
BAIdwin 
Dir. Di) 
TWX-2 



88 







^ 








YELLOW BRASS COILED 1 








STRIP ~ SPRING TEMPER | 


Alloy No. 


42 








New Alloy 


No. 260 




Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Width 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


.0031 6 


.0687 


,0126 


6 


.2794 


.0040 6 


.0889 




8 


.370 


.0063 6 


.1397 




12 


.5588 


8 


.185 


.0159 


8 


.477 


12 


.2794 




12 


.7052 


.0080 _ 2 


.059 


.0201 


6 


.4458 


8 


.235 




12 


.8815 


12 


.3548 


.0254 


12 


1.122 


.0100 8 


.294 


.0320 


8 


.94 


12 


.4435 


.0403 


8 


1.18 






.0508 


12 


2.253 















J 



YELLOW BRASS FLAT 
STRIP - SPRIKG TEMPER 



Old Alloy No. 42 
New Alloy No. 260 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 







0320 12X96 1.41£ 


► 








0403 12X96 1.787 




YELLOW BRASS 




Old Alloy No. 42 


\ 


STRIP - 


SOFT 




New Alloy No. 260 




Thickness 


Size 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


.0201 


12 X 96 


.8815 


.0641 12X96 


2.843 


.0254 


12 X 96 


1.122 


.0808 12X96 


3.584 


.0320 


12 X 96 


1.419 


.0907 12X9^ 


4.023 


.0359 


12 X 96 


1.592 


.1019 12X96 


4.519 


.0403 


12 X 96 


1.787 


.1250 12X96 


5.544 


.0508 


12 X 96 


2.253 







89 



SEP 

Y 

M 



Nl 

W' 
I 

c 

p 

\ 

Y 

L 

T 

\ 

HARF 

1000 i , 
HUmi 
Dir. I i 
TWX> ■ 



CAME 

281 Al 
TRow 
Dir. E 
TWX 



1 

ADl 



PHILADl 

1955 W. I 
BAldwin 
Dir. DistJ " 
TWX-2ld 



FORMBRITE BRASS 








SHEET - 


HALF HARD 1 


Old Alloy No. 42 
New Alloy No. 260 




Thickness 


Size 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Fool 


.010 


12 X 96 


.4435 


.0359 


12 X96 


1.592 


.0126 


12 X 96 


.5588 


.0403 


8 X 96 


1.184 


.0159 


10 X 96 


.584 




10 X96 


1.480 




12 X96 


.7052 




12X96 


1.787 




24X96 


1.4104 




14X96 


2.072 


.0179 


12X96 


.7939 




16 X96 


2.368 


.0201 


8 X96 


.591 




24X96 


3.574 




12 X96 


.8915 


.0453 


12 X96 


2.009 




14 X 96 


1.033 




14 X 96 


2.328 




18 X96 


1.329 


.0508 


8 X96 


1.492 




24 X 96 


1.783 




10 X 96 


1.865 


.0254 


8 X 96 


.743 




12 X96 


2.253 




12X96 


1.122 




14X96 


2.612 




14X 96 


1.301 




16 X 96 


2.984 




18 X 96 


1.672 




18 X 96 


3.358 




24 X 96 


2.244 




24 X 96 


4.506 


.0320 


6 X 96 


.705 


.0571 


12 X96 


2.532 




8 X 96 


.940 


.0641 


6 X 96 


1.412 




10 X 96 


1.175 




8 X96 


1.88 




12 X96 


1.419 




10 X96 


2.35 




14 X 96 


1.645 




12X96 


2.825 




16 X 96 


1.880 




14X96 


3.296 




18 X96 


2.129 




16 X96 


3.76 




24 X 96 


2.838 




24X96 

» 


5.686 


YELLOW BRASS 










STRIP - 


HALF HARD 


Old Alloy No. 42 
New Alloy No. 260 




Thickness 


Size 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


.0720 


14 X 96 


3.71 


.1019 


12 X 96 


4.519 


.0808 


12 X96 


3.584 


.1250 


10 X96 


4.59 




16 X 96 


4.75 




12 X96 


5.544 


.0907 


12 X96 


4.023 




14X96 


6.43 




24X96 


8.046 




24 X 96 


11.088 


.093 


12X96 


4.158 


. 1875 


12X96 


8.316 



90 



YELLOW BRASS SHEET AND 
STRIP - HALF HARD 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Width 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.0320 
.0641 



.0907 



.1250 



14X 96 

12 X 96 
14 X 96 
6 X 96 
8 X 96 
10 X 96 
12 X 96 
14 X 96 
24 X 96 
12 X 96 



1.64 
2.83 
3.29 
2.00 
2.66 
3.30 
3.99 
4.66 
7.98 
5.51 



YELLOW BRASS SHEET AND 
STRIP - HALF HARD 



Thicltness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches] 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.0508 
.0641 
.0907 



.1019 
.1250 



.1562 
.1875 



.2500 



12 X 96 


2.24 


12 X 96 


2.83 


6 X96 


2.00 


8 X 96 


2.66 


12 X 95 


3.99 


14 X 96 


4.66 


18 X 96 


5.99 


8 X96 


3.00 


14 X 96 


5.25 


6 X 96 


2.75 


8 X96 


3.67 


10 X 96 


4.59 


12 X 96 


5.51 


14 X 96 


6.43 


16 X 96 


7.34 


12 X96 


6.88 


6 X 96 


4.13 


8 X96 


5.51 


8 X 120 


5.51 


10 X96 


6.88 


12 X 96 


8.26 


14 X 96 


9.64 


6 X 96 


5.51 


8 X96 


7.37 


10 X 96 


9.18 


12 X96 


11.02 



Ord Alloy No. 59 
New Alloy No. 268 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Width 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.1250 

.1875 
.2500 
.3750 
.5000 

.6250 



14 X 96 
16 X 96 
14 X 96 
14 X 96 
14 X 96 
12 X 96 
14 X 96 
14 X 96 
16 X 96 



6.43 
7.37 
9.64 

12.85: 

19.28 
22.03 
25.70 
28.11 
32.13 



Extra High Leaded 
Old Alloy No. 238 
New Alloy No. 356 



Thickness 

(in inches) 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.2500 



.3125 



.3750 



.5000 



.6250 



1.000 



14 

16 

18 

24 

6 

10 

12 

6 

8 

12 

14 

16 

18 

24 

6 

8 

10 

12 

14 

24 

6 

10 

12 

14 

24 



X 96 
X 96 
X 96 
X 48 
X 96 
X 96 
X 96 
X96 
X 96 
X 96 
X 96 
X 96 
X 96 
X 48 
X 96* 
X 96* 
X 96* 
X 96* 
X96* 
X 48* 
X 96* 
X 96* 
X96 
X96* 
X 96 



12.85 
14.74 
16.52 
22.04 
6.89 
11.48 
13.78 
8.26 
11.02 
16.52 
19.28 
22.04 
24.79 
33.04 
11.02 
14.74 
18.38 
22.04 
25.70 
44.06 
13.82 
23.04 
27.64 
32.25 
88.12 



Y 



C 

* E 
(nz 

> 

T3' 

m 









Sawed edges 



91 



Y< 
SEf 

Y 

M 



/ 



PHILAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwin , 
Dir. Dist 
TWX-21 



YELLOW BRASS 
PLATE - HALF HARD 


Sawed Edges 
Random Lengths 
Old Alloy No. 246 








New Alloy No. 3533 




Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot ^ 


.250* 6 


5.49 


.500* 12 


21.96 


12 


10.98 


.625 12 


27,44 


.3125* 12 


13.72 


.750 12 


32.93 • 


.375* 12 


16.46 


1.000 12 


43.91 


1 


*Also furnish 


ed sheared. 


NAVAL BRASS 




Sheared 


f 


HOT ROLLED SHEET AND | 


Old Alloy No. 450 




PLATE 




New Alloy No. 464 


f 


Thicltness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet ' 


.125 36 X 96 


131.3 


,250 48 X 96 


350.4 


48 X 120 


218.8 


48 X 120 


438.0 


,188 36 X 96 


197.0 


.375 36 X 120 


492.3 


48 X 96 


262.7 


48 X V20 


656.4 


48 X 120 


328.4 


.500 48X120 


881.2 


.250 36 X 96 


262.8 


1.000 48X120 


1762.4 


NAVAL BRASS 




* 
Sheared 




COLD ROLLED SH 
PLATE 


EET AND 


Old Alloy No. 450 


1 




New Alloy No. 464 


J 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 1 
Per Sheet 


.0320 36 X 96 


33.6 


.0907 36 X 96 


95.3 


.0403 36 X 96 


42.3 


.1250 36X96 


131.3 j 


.0508 36 X 96 


53.4 


.1875 36X96 


197.0 1 


.0625 36 X 96 


66.1 


.250 36X96 


262.8 


.0641 36 X 96 


67.4 




f 



92 



PHOSPHOR BRONZE 






Old Alloy 


No. 351 




STRIP 




1 


New Alloy No. 510 




Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 1 
Lineal Foot | 


Thickness 

(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.005 


6 X ROLLS 


.115 


.022 6 X COILS 


.500 


.006 


6 X COILS 


.138 


.025 6 X COILS 


.583 


.008 


6 X COI LS 


.184 


.032 6 X COILS 


.737 


.010 


6 X COI LS 


.230 


6X96R/L 


.737 


.012 


6 X COILS 


.276 


.040 6 X COILS 


.929 


.014 
.0159 
.018 
.020 


6 X COILS 
6 X COILS 
6 X COILS 
S-X COILS 


.322 

.366 
.405 
.461 


6X96R/L 
.051 6X96R/L 
.064 6X96R/L 


.929 
1.170 
1.477 


MUNTZ METAL 
PLATE - HALF HARD 


Cold Rolled, Leaded 
Old Alloy No. 274 
New Alloy No. 365 




Thicltness 
(in inches) 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 





.250 

1.250 
1.500 



30 X 96 
12 X 96 
12 X96 



138.0 
438.0 
535.5 



MUNTZ METAL SHEET 


Old Alloy 


No. 66 




COLD ROLLED 




New Alloy No. 280 




Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Per Sheet 


.032 


30 X 96 


28.0 


.081 


24 X 


96 


56.0 




36 X 96 


33.5 




36 X 


96 


85.0 




36 X 120 


43.0 




36 X 


120 


109.0 


.040 


36 X 96 


42.2 




36 X 


144 


128.0 




36 X 120 


53.5 


.091 


36 X 


96 


96.0 


.051 


36 X 96 


53.2 


.102 


36 X 


96 


108.0 




36 X 120 


67.5 


.125 


24 X 


96 


88.0 


.062 


36 X 96 


65.5 




24 X 


144 


132.0 




48 X 120 


109.0 




30 X 


60 


69.0 


.064 


24 X 96 


45.0 




30 X 


96 


110.0 




24 X 144 


68.0 




30 X 


144 


165.0 




30 X 96 


56.5 




36 X 


96 


130.9 




30 X 144 


84.75 




36 X 


144 


193.0 




36 X996 


67.1 




48 X 


120 


218.2 




36 X 120 


87.0 


.188 


30 X 


60 


103.0 




36 X 144 


102.0 




36 X 


96 


196.3 




48 X 129 


112.9 


.250 


36 X 


96 


261.9 



(OZ 
10 



0)^ 



I 



93 



SEI 



I 



1 

c 

F 

Y 

B 
T 



HARr 

1000 g 
HUmI 
Dir, 

Tw: 



i 



CAMi 

281 A} 
TRo^ " 
Dir, 
TWX- 



1 

adT 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
B Aid win I 
Dir. DisfJ-S 
TWX-21 




MUNTZ METAL SHEET 
HOT ROLLED 



Old Alloy No. 66 
New Alloy No. 280 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Sheet 



.250 



36 X 96 261.8 
48 X 120 436.4 
48 X 120 872.4 



18% NICKEL SILVER 
COILED SHEET 


Old Alloy No. 719 
New Alloy No. 752 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width ^ 
tin inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.0100 8 .294 


.0254 6 


.576 


.0126 8 .382 


.0320 6 


.728 


.0159 8 .482 


.0403 8 


1.223 


.0201 8 .610 


.0508 6 


1.156 


18% NICKEL SILVER 






COILED STRIP - 


Old Alloy No. 734 




SPRING TEMPER 


New Alloy No. 770 




Thickness 
(fn inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches)* 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.0126 6 .287 


.0254 6 


.576 


.0159 6 .362 


.0320 6 


.726 


.0201 6 .457 






18% NICKEL SILVER 


Old Alloy No. 719 




SHEET - H HARD 


New Alloy No. 75! 


1 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Width 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.0254 12 X 96 9.25 


.0641 12 X 96 


23.50 


.0320 12X96 11.75 


.0907 12 X 96 


33.00 


.0403 12 X 96 14.75 


.1250 12X96 


45.50 



94 



? 



EVERDUR 
SHEET 


BRONZE 




Alloy No. 1010 




Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds 
Per Sheet 




.0641 
.0938 
.1250 
.1875 
.2500 


36 X 96 57 
30 X 96 85 
30 X 96 111 
30 X 96 167 
30 X 96 222 



RED BRASS COILED 
SHEET - SOFT 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Formerly 85% Rich Low Brass 
Old Alloy No. 24 
New Alloy No. 230 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.0201 



12 



.91 





11!^^ 




Old Alloy No. 271 




FREE CUTTING BRASS | 


New Alloy No. 360 


ROUND 


ROD 




Mill Lengths 




Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


1 / 

16 


.0113 


11 / 

16 


1.368 


2 


11.57 


y« 


.0254 


% 


1.628 


2^6 


12.31 


'/„• 


.034 


"/» 


1.766 


2% 


13.07 


•/« 


.0452 


"i. 


1.910 


2'U 


13.85 


v„ 


.057 


'/. 


2.215 


2.% 


14.65 


v„ 


.0706 


15/ 

16 


2.543 


^\. 


15.47 


M« 


.1017 


1 


2.893 


2% 


16.32 


v„ 


.1385 


1^6 


3.266 


2\ 


18.08 


'V„ 


.155 


iVe 


3.662 


2% 


19.94 


1/ 

4 


1808 


1'^. 


4.080 


2% 


21.88 


v^ 


.2289 


1% 


4.521 


2\ 


23.93 


5/ 
16 


.2826 


1'^6 


4.984 


3 


26.04 


"/„ 


.3419 


^% 


5.470 


3V3 


28.26 


\ 


.4069 


i'^« 


5.979 


3V; 


30.56 


"/„ 


.4775 


iv. 


6.510 


3V, 


35.44 


",. 


.5538 


1'^. 


7.064 


3V4 


40.69 


"4 


.6358 


iV. 


7.640 


4 


46.30 


'/, 


.7234 


^"\. 


8,239 


4V, 


52.3 


"/„ 


.8166 


1'/. 


8.861 


47, 


58.59 


.- '6 


.9155 


1"^. 


9.505 


5** 


72.34 


'% 


1.020 


1% 


10.17 


6** 


104.21 


% 


1.130 


1"',6 


10.86 







mi 



*6 Foot Lengths 



"* 5 Foot Lenqths 



95 



FREE CUTTING BRASS 
SQUARE BAR 



Old Alloy No. 271 
New Alloy No. 360 
Mill Lengths 



HAr 

lOOO 
HUi 
Dir. 

Tw: 




Size 




Pounds per 


Size 




Pounds per 


Size 




Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


V32 




.0324 


V16 




1.166 


IVa 




4.663 


Vs 




.0576 


Va 




1.439 


1 V4 




5.756 


V16 




.1295 


'Vi« 




1.741 


lya 




6.965 


Va 




.2303 


Vi 




2.072 


1 V2 




8.289 


V16 




.3598 


'V16 




2.432 


1^4 




11.28 


% 




.5181 


Va 




2.821 


2 




14.74 


V16 




.7051 


1 




3.684 


2V4 




18.65 


V2 




.9210 








3 




33.16 












Old Alloy No. 271 






FREE CUTTING BRASS 




New Alloy No. 360 




RECTANGULAR BAR 




12 Foot Mill' Lengths 




Size 




Pounds per 


Size 


— 


Pounds per 


Size 




Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


Va X 


1V4 


.576 


^. X 


1 


1.198 


y, X 


4 


7.368 


% X 


Vi 


.287 




IV. 


1.75 


% X 


V. 1.727 


M6 X 


% 


.259 




2 


2.303 




7 


/« 2.016 




V2 


.345 




3 


3.453 




1 


2.303 




% 


.432 


% X 


V2 


.691 




IV^ 2.879 




% 


.518 




% 


.864 




IV2 3.431 




% 


.604 




% 


1.036 




2 


4.606 




1 


.691 




Va 


1.209 


V4 X 


1 


2.763 




^% 


.863 




1 


1.382 




r/4 3.454 




1'/a 


1.036 




IV4 


1.727 




1V2 4.145 




2 


1.382 




IV2 


2.072 




MV4 4.835 


y. X 


% 


.345 




iV. 


2.418 




2 


5.527 




% 


.460 




2 


2.763 


1 X 


iVa 5,527 




% 


.576 




2V, 


3,454 




2 


7.370 




% 


.691 




3 


4.145 










% 


.806 




^% 


4.834 










1 


.921 




4 


5.526 










l'/4 


1.151 




5 


6.906 










I'/l 


1.382 


% X 


% 


1.152 










IV4 


1.612 




\ 


1 1.382 








, 


2 


1.842 




% 1.612 










2% 


2.303 




1 


1.842 










3 


2.763 




IV 


t 2.303 










sV^ 


3.224 




IV 


i 2.763 










4 


3.684 




1^/ 


, 3.224 










5* 


4.606 




2 


3.684 








^, X 




.56 

.863 




2V 
3 


i 4.605 
5.526 









Forging Bross 



96 




1^^^ 




H^^^fl 


^J^^ 


^H 




HIGH LEADED 


BRASS 


Old AMoy No. 243 




RECTANGULAR 


BAR 


New Alloy No. 353 










12 Foot Mill Lengths 


■ -^^^ 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


'• A •(• V-^' 




(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


- ■'<. r. ..'■* 


%2 X V, 


.086 


% X y^ -086 




% 


.129 


V4 .115 


■■.:' 


% 


. 173 


% . 173 




• % 


.216 


Vj .230 




% 


.259 


% .288 




% 


.302 


% .345 




1 


.345 


% .403 




1V4 


.432 


1 .460 




1V3 


.518 


1% .518 




2 * 


.691 


r/4 .576 
iVj .691 
IV4 .806 




'*Extra High Leaded 


2 .921 




HALF HARD 




Old Alloy No. 42 




RECTANGULA 


R 


New Alloy No. 260 




BR/ 


LSS BAR 




T2 Foot Lengths 




Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 






(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 




M* X y^* 


.058 


'/i6 X IV2 .345 




'{. 


* .072 


1^4 .396 




%* 


.086 


2 .460 




V2 


.115 


2V4 .520 




% 


.144 


2% .560 




% 


.173 


3 .691 




1 


.230 


4 .900 




1V4 


.288 


5 1.12 




* Flat Wire 


Size 






HALF HARD 




Extra High Leaded 




RECTANGULAI 


R 


Old Alloy No. 238 
New Alloy No. 356 




BRASS BAR 




1 2 Foot Lengths 




Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


V32 X 2 8.22 


% X : 


3 1.381 


'^6 X 4 


2.764 


3 1.036 




^V^ 1.619 


5 


3.45 


4 1.424 


I 


\ 1.912 


% X 5 


6.90 


Vs X 274 1.036 


c 


) 2.302 






2'/2 1.151 


'^6 X 2 


% 1.727 








97 



YO 

Mi 



^ 



cj 

p 

IV 
Y 
D 
Tt 



CAM! 

281 Al 
TRow 
Dir. E. 
T\VX-d|^ 

PHILAQ 

1955 W. 
BAIdwin i 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-21 







1 


. ' f^^B 


1^^=^ . 


FREE CUTTING BRASS 


Olcf Alloy No. 271 ^ 




New Alloy No. 360 


HEXAGONAL ROD 


Mill Lengths 


size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


3/32 .02804 


V4 


1 .795 


IV16 7.789 , 


V64 0383 


»v,« 


2.106 


1 % 8.425 


Vs .04985 


y* 


2.443 


111/16 9.085 


V,6 -1122 


»Vl6 


2.804 


13/4 9.771 ! 


V32 .t527 


1 


3.190 


nVie 10.48 


1/4 .1994 


IV16 


3.602 


1 % 11 .22 


Vi« .3116 


1V« 


4.038 


UVu 11.98 


% .4487 


1V16 


4.499 


2 12.76 


Vi6 .6107 


1V4 


4.985 


21/4 16.15 


1^ .7976 


1V16 


5.496 


23^ 18.00 


Vi6 1.009 


1% 


6.032 


21/2 19.94 


% 1.246 


1V16 


6.593 


25/8 21.98 


iVi6 1.508 


1V2 


7.178 


23/4 24.13 


- — 


1 
1 2 Foot Random Lengths 


FREE CUTTING BRASS 


Old Alloy No. 271 


HALF OVAL ROD 


New Alloy No. 360 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 1 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 1 


V32X % .100 


VisX 3/, 


.344 


VieX 1 14 1.000 


VsX % .151 


V32X % 


.512 


VsX 11/2 1.448 


ygx Vz .180 


V4X 1 


.644 


1/2 X 2 2.58 


V32X% .281 








dua^^^ 


1 


FREE CUTTING BRASS 


1 2 Foot Random Lengths 


HALF ROUND BAR 


Old Alloy No. 271 

New Alloy No. 360 ^ 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


% X ^^, .141 


% X % 


.814 


Va X ly^ 2.261 


V4 X Vj .362 


^^.x V, 


1.109 


% X IV2 3.255 


*^« X % .565 


V2 X 1 


1.45 





98 



} 












^1^^ 


i^^ 




NAVAL BRASS 




Mill Lengths 




ROUND ROD 




Old Alloy No. 450 
New Alloy No. 464 




Size 


Pounds per 


Size " 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(In inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


% .0448 


IVs 


3.626 


2 


1 1 .46 


Vi6 1007 


13/,6 


4.040 


2V4 


14.50 


y* -^791 


1 V4 


4.477 


2 3/8 


16.16 


Vi6 .-2798 


lVl6 


4.936 


2V,6 


17.02 


3/8 -4029 


1% 


5.417 


2H 


17.91 


Vi6 .5484 


lVl6 


5.921 


2 3/4 


21.67 


y^ .7163 


1 V2 


6.447 


3 


25.79 


Vi6 .9065 


lVl6 


6.995 


3^/8 


27.97 


yg 1.119 


IVg 


7.566 


3y4 


30.26 


"/i6 1.354 




8.16 


SVz 


35.10 


3/4 1.612 


13/4 


8.774 


33/4 


40.29 


Vg 2.194 


I^Vsz 


9.090 


4 


45.84 


1 2.865 


IVs 


10.07 


41/2 


58.02 


lVi6 -3.234 










1^^^ 




^^^ 




NAVAL BRASS 




Mill Lengths 

Old Alloy No. 450 




HEXAGONAL ROD 




New Alloy No. 464 




Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


Vi . 1 974 


^4 


1.777 


1% 


5.973 


Vis .3085 


^Vl6 


2.085 


^y^ 


7.108 


3/8 .4443 


% 


2.419 


lyg 


8.342 


Vi6 .6047 


»Vl6 


2.777 


1V4 


9.675 


1/2 .7898 


1 


3.159 


2 


12.64 


% 1 .234 


1% 


3.998 


2y4 


15.99 


»Vi6 1.493 


1 V4 


4.936 


2y2 


19.75 



H 

C 

• ro 

OJZ 
ID 



cn 



m- 
mn 

c 



^ 



99 






i 



^ 



c 

p 
^ 

i 



HARF 

1000 S 
HUmi 
Dir. d 
TWX^ 



CAME 

281 All 
TRow| 
Dir. Dl 
TWX-i 



PHI LAC 

1955 W.| 
BAldwin 
Dir. DistJ ' 
TWX-215 




TOBIN BRONZE 
ROUND ROD 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 

% 
% 



.045 
.1791 
.279 
.4029 
.5484 
.7163 
.9065 
1.119 
1.353 
1.612 
1.89 
2.194 
2.518 



Mill Lengthf 
Alloy No. 452 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 

^% 

2 
2V, 



2.865 
3.23 
3.626 
4.040 
4.477 
4.93 
5.417 
6.447 
7.566 
e.T7^ 
10.07 
11.46 
12.92 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2V4 
2% 

2V4 

3 

3V4 
3V. 
S% 
4 

5 
6" X 5' 



14.50 
17.91 
21.67 
25.79 
30.22 
35. 10 
40.29 
45.84 
58.02 
71.63 
86.67 
103.1 



TOBIN BRONZE SHAFTING 



Size 
(in inches) 



Exact 
Length 
(in feet) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 



1% 

1V4 






12 
12 
12 
16 
18 
12 
15 
16 
12 
IS 
16 
18 
18 
12 
IS 
16 



1.612 

2.19 

2.865 

2.865 

2.865 

3.626 

3.626 

3.626 

4.477 

4AT7 

4.477 

4.477 

5.41 

6.477 

6.447 

6.447 



Turned and 

Speciolly Straightonod 

Alloy No. 452 



Size 
(in inches) 



Exact 
Length 
(in feet)- 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1V4 

2 

2% 



2% 
3 






18 
20 
16 
18 
15 
12 
22 
12 
15 
22 
22 
12 
18 
22 
16 
16 



6.447 
6.447 
8.77 
-8.77 
10.07 
11.46 
11.46 
17.91 
17.91 
17.91 
21.67 
25.79 
25.79 
25.79 
30.30 
35.10 



100 





I 




TOBIN BRONZE 




Alloy No. 452 


HEXAGONAL ROD 




12 Foot Mill Lengths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


\ 


2.416 


iVi 7.10 


1 


3.155 


V/^ a66 


1-/4 


4.93 


2 12.62 


* 

FORGING BRAS! 


1 


Old Alloy No. 250 


ROUND ROD 




New Alloy No. 377 
12 Foot Mill LengtK 




Diameter 


Pounds per 




(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 



H 

C 

• ro 

(»Z 

'I 



23/ 
1 IV 



^32 



'32 



'32 



1.49 

2.06 
7.10 







Leaded 


\ 


COMMERCIAL BRONZE 
ROUND ROD 


Old Alloy No. 202 
New Alloy No. 314 
12 Foot Mill Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


'/.. 


.105 


% 


1.18 


% 


.188 


% 


1.70 


'/h 


.294 


1 


2.98 


\ 


.425 


1% 


4.69 


% 


.575 


1% 


5.68 


% 


.754 


1V2 


6.76 


Vy. 


.958 







101 



Ik.. 



COMMERCIAL BRONZE 
SQUARE BAR 



Size 
(in incties) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 
% 



.527 
.968 



^ 



Ml 



COMMERCIAL BRONZE 
RECTANGULAR ROD 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Vb X 



HARF 

1000 s 
HUml 
Dir, D 
TWX- 



CAIVIB 

281 Art 
TRowB 
Dir. Di. 
TWX-6; 



V4 X 



M*x 



% 

1 

1V2 

2 

iVa 

2 

Va 
1 
IV4 

IV2 

2 

1 



.25 

.31 

.50 

.75 

1.00 

1.12 

1.50 

.37 

1.00 

1.25 

1.50 

2.00 

1.25 



Leaded 

Old Alloy No. 202 
New Alloy No. 314 
12 Foot Mill Lengths 



Size 
(in Indies) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1.49 
3.84 



Old Alloy No. 14 
New Alloy No. 220 
1 2 Foot Mill Length 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% X 



ARCHITECTURAL 
BRONZE 
ROUND BAR 



H 



V4 X 



V2 
% 
1 

1V4 

2 
% 
% 

1 

2 



.75 
1.12 
1.50 
1.87 
2.25 
3.00 
1.25 
1.50 
2.00 
2.50 
4.00 
4.50 



Extruded 

Old Alloy No. 280 
New Alloy No. 389 
16 Foot Lengths 



PHILADI 

1955 w. : 
BAldwin 
Dir. Dist. 
TWX-215 



Diameter 
(in inches) 

% 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 

.407 
.728 



102 







1 


Extruded 


1 




ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE | 


Ord Alloy No. 280 




SQUARE BAR 




New Alk 
1 6 Foot 


»y No. 385 
Lengths 






Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 






% .518 






Va .921 




- 


% 2.072 




ARCHITECTURAL 




Old Alloy No. 280 




BRONZE 
RECTANGULAR ROD 


New Alloy No. 385 
1 6 Foot Lengths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


% X % .345 


V, X % .342 


% X % 


1.036 


1 .461 


V2 .476 


1 


1.382 


\% .576 


1 .921 


1V4 


U727 


I'/j .691 


IV4 1.151 


2 


2.763 


2V2 1.16 


IV2 1.38 


V2 X % 


1.382 


3/;^ X 1 .689 


V4 X 2 1.842 


IV, 


2.74 


2 1.38 


2^/2 2.303 


2 


3.684 






Spec. F 




PHOSPHUR 6R0N 
ROUND ROD 


ZE 


Old Alloy No. 610 
New Alloy No. 544 
12 Foot Mill Length 


s 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in Inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


% -074 


V2 .754 


iVb 


3.82 


^^6 .106 


'U .954 


1V4 


4.71 


V4 .188 


% 1.18 


IVb 


5.70 


'U -294 


V4 1.69 


1'/, 


6.78 


\ .424 


% 2.31 


1V4 


9.23 


*^6 .577 


1 3.02 


2 


12.06 



coz 

10 



r 



103 



EVERDUR BRONZE 
ROUND ROD 



Stf 



I 



I 

1 



HAR 

1000 1 
HUd 
Dir. i 



CAM! 

281] 
Tl 
Dir7 
T\VX-( 



JAM! 

281^ 

OirTl 



PHiLAI 

1955 W. 
BAldwin . 
Dir. Dis 
TWX-21 



Diameter 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 






.1021 
.1814 
.2835 
.4082 

.5556 
.7257 
.9185 
1.134 



10% NICKEL SILVER 
ROUND ROD 



Diameter 
(in inclies) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V2 
% 
% 



.564 
.737 

1.51 

1.658 



12% NICKEL SILVER 
ROUND ROD 



Cold Drawn 

Alloy No. 1010 

12 Foot Mill Lengths 



Diameter 
(in incites) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 
\ 
1 

2 



1.633 
2.222 

2.903 
3.674 
4.536 
6.531 
8.890 
11.61 



Cold Drawn, Leaded 
Old Alloy No. 825 
New Alloy No. 796 
12 Foot Mill Lengths 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



\ 



1% 



2.257 

2.948 
4.653 



Cold Drawn, Leaded 
Old Alloy No. 745 
New Alloy No. 7921 
1 2 Foot Mill Lengths 



Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


'/, 


.046 


1/ 
4 


.184 


•4 


.072 


''U 


,288 


^i 


.104 


% 


.415 



104 



SOFT BRASS 








WIRE - COILED 1 


New Alloy No. 260 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.0254 .00184 


.0907 


.0237 


— .0320 .00294 


.1144 


.0376 


^ .0403 .00467 


,1285 


.0475 


.0508 .00742 


.2500 


. 1808 


,0641 ' .0018 






SPRING TEMPER BRASS 






WIRE - COILED 


New Alloy No. 260 


— Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.0320 .00294 


.0508 


.00742 


.0403 .00467 


.0641 


.0118 


*^ .0453 .00590 


,1285 


.0475 


^ DURAFLEX PHOSPHOR 

BRONZE 
^ SPRING WIRE - COILED 


Old Alloy Hi 
New Alloy h 


9.351 
Jo. 510 


Diameter 

'- (iflimihes) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


~^ .0201 .00122 


.0641 


.0124 


* .0253 .00193 


.0719 


.0156 


-^ .0320 .00309 


.0808 


.0197 


^ .0359 .00389 


.0907 


.0248 


.0403 .00490 


.1019 


.031 3 


.0453 .00619 


.1285 


.0498 


.0508 .00778 


.1819 


.1000 


.0571 .00983 







0)2 
10 



105 



CAM! 

281 All 



PHI LAC 

1955 W. 
BAldwii I 

TWX-21 



YELLOW 


^^ 


IIH^Hhh 








BRASS 




Old Alloy No. 218 


1 
1 


HARD DRAWN 




New Alloy No. 330 { 


ROUND TUBING 




Mill Lengthf 


1 


O.D. 


Wall 


Pounds per 


O.D, 


Wall 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


Vs -032 


.0344 


'/a .049 


.256 


V;, .032 


.0576 


.065 


.327 


% .014 


.0382 


.125 


.543 


,025 


.065 


'/^6 -020 


.126 


.032 


.0807 


.028 


.173 


.035 


.0871 


.032 


.196 


MSt 


.101 


.042 


.253 


.om 


.114 


% .020 


.140 




.065 


.139 




.025 


.174 



.065 
.014 
.018 
.020 
.028 
.032 
.035 
.042 



% 



.032 

.035 

.042 

.049 

.065 

.083 

.125 

.028 

.020, 

.032 

.035 

.042 

.045 

.049 



.220 
.239 
.283 
.327 
.421 
.521 
.723 
.214 
.169 
.266 
.290 
.344 
.367 
.398 





.049 


.185 




.058 


.465 




.065 


.233 




.065 


.515 


Vu 


.028 


.133 




.083 


.641 




.032 


.150 




.125 


.904 




.042 


.192 


'M. 


.028 


.254 




.065 


.280 


% 


.020 


.198 


Vi 


.020 


.111 




.032 


.312 




.025 


.137 




.035 


.340 




.032 


.173 




.065 


.609 




.035 


.188 


"^6 


.042 


.435 




.042 


.223 


(continued 


on next 


page) 



106 





■k^^H 


^M^^ 


Old Alloy No. 218 
New Alloy No. 330 
Mill Lengths 




YELLOW BRASS 
HARD DRAWN 
ROUND TUBING 






(Continued) 










O.D. 
(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


1 


.020 


.227 


1% 


.095 


1.82 




.025 


.282 




.125 


2.35 




.032 


.359 


2 


.032 


.729 




. .035 


.391 




.065 


1.46 




.042 


.466 




.095 


2.095 




.049 


.550 




.125 


2.71 




.065 


.703 


2Vs 


.125 


2.89 




.083 


.881 


2.% 


.045 


1.150 




• .125 


1.27 




.065 


1.64 


iM. 


.042 


.496 




.109 


2.701 


iv. 


.025 


.318 




.125 


3.07 




.042 


.526 


2% 


.125 


3.26 




.065 


.797 


2V2 


,042 


1.195 




.125 


1.45 




.065 


1.83 


' l'/4 


.025 


.354 




.109 


3.016 




.032 


.451 




.125 


3.44 




.049 


.681 


2% 


.065 


2.02 




.065 


.891 




.125 


3.80 




.072 


.982 


3 


.049 


1.67 




.125 


1.63 




.065 


2.21 


i 1?4 


.032 


.497 




.120 


4.00 




.042 


.648 




.125 


4.16 




.065 


.986 


3y4 


.065 


2.39 




.125 


1.81 




.125 


4.52 


y% 


.025 


.427 


3% 


.065 


2.58 




.032 


.544 




.125 


4.88 




.035 


.593 




.134 


5.22 




.042 


.709 


3% 


.125 


5.24 




.065 


1.08 


4 


.065 


2.96 


i 


.125 


1.99 




.125 


5.61 


IH 


.045 


.823 


4V4 


.125 


5.97 




.065 


1.17 


4'/. 


.120 


6.083 


tV4 


.083 
.032 
.065 


1.480 
.636 

1.27 


.125 6.33 
4V4 .125 6.61 
(continued on next page) 



(OZ 
10 



11 



107 



Yl 
SI 

^ 



YELLOW BRASS 
HARD DRAWN 
ROUND TUBING 
(Continued) 



Old Alloy No. 218 
New Alloy No. 330 
Mill Lengths 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



0.0. 

(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



L 

[ 

[ 



s 


.065 


3.71 




.120 


b./// 




.125 


7.05 


i!4\ 


.125 


7.42 


B% 


.125 


7.78 


^4 


.125 


8.71 



6V4 

7 
8 



.065 


4.46 


.125 


8.50 j 


.125 


8,86 I 


.125 


9.22 


.125 


9.58 ' 


.125 


9.94 


.125 


11.38 



PHILAdl 

1955 W. 1 
BAldwin 
Dir. Disi 
TWX-2: 



ROUND BRASS 
TELESCOPE TUBING 



1 



108 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Wail 

(in inches) 



Temper as Drawn 
I Old Alloy No. 218 
New Alloy No. 330 



Length 
(in feet) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot^ 



Vu 


.016 


3 


.0090 


% 


.014 


3 


.0130 


% 


.014 


3 


.0180 


% 


.014 


3 


.0230 


% 


.014 


6 


.0280 


% 


.014 


6 


.0332 


% 


.014 


6 


.0380 


% 


.014 


6 


.0433 


*^,* 


'.014 


6 


.0484 


'% 


.014 


6 


.0534 


% 


.014 


6 


.0590 


'% 


.014 


6 


.0635 



SQUARE BRASS 
TUBING 



Old Alloy No. 42 
New Alloy No. 260 
12 Foot Lengths 



Size 
(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 


.042 


.280 


% 


.042 


.350 


% 


.042 


.420 


1 


.042 


.570 


1% 


.042 


.720 



COMMERCIAL BRONZE 
SQUARE TUBING 



Size 
(in inches) 



Old Alloy No. 14 
New Alloy No. 220 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



,065 



.89 



RED BRASS 
SQUARE TUBING 



Formerly 85% Rich Low Brass 
Old Alloy No. 24 
New Alloy No. 230 
1 6 Foot Lengths 



] 
] 

1 



Size 
(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 




% 


.065 


.430 




% 


.065 


.680 


1 


.065 


.920 


3 


.0S3 


3.69 



109 




RED BRASS 
RECTANGULAR TUBING 






^^^HHUm 



85% RED BRASS PIPE 



S.P.S. 
(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Formerly 85% Rich Low Brass 
Old Alloy No. 24 
New Alloy No. 230 
1 6 Foot Lengths 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


% X iV 


1 .065 


.740 


1 x V/2 


.065 


1.18 


Vj X 1 


.065 


.670 


2 


.065 


1.41 


^'/: 


I .065 


.920 


V/, X 3 


.083 


2.43 


VbX 1^^ 


I .065 


.870 


IV, X 3 


.083 


2.84 


% X V/. 


I .065 


1.18 


4 


.083 


3.46 


2 


.065 


1.41 


5 


.083 


4.08 



Old Alloy No. 24 
New Alloy No. 230 



Waii 
(in inches) 



I.D. 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineai Foot 



PHI LAI 

1955 WJ 
BAldwii 
Dir. Dig 
TWX-21 



Vi 
H 
% 

1 

ly* 

2 

2% 
3 

4 
5 
6 
8 



.405 


.062 


.281 


.253 


.540 


.082 


.376 


.447 


.675 


.090 


.495 


.627 


.840 


.107 


.626 


.934 


1.050 


.114 


.822 


1.27 


1.315 


.126 


1.063 


1.78 


1.660 


.146 


1.368 


2.63 


1.900 


.150 


1.600 


3.13 


2.375 


.156 


2.063 


4.12 


2.875 


.187 


2.501 


5.99 


3.500 


.219 


3.062 


8.56 


4.000 


.250 


3.500 


(1.2 


4.500 


.250 


4.000 


12.7 


5.562 


.250 


5.062 


15.8 


6.625 


.250 


6.125 


19.0 


8.625 


.312 


8.001 


30.9 



110 



1 



85% RED BRASS PIPE 
EXTRA HEAVY 



Old Alloy No. 24 
New Alloy No. 230 



S.P.S. 
(in inches) 



] 



O.D. 

(in inches) 



% 
% 

1 

2 

21/2 

3 
4 
6 
8 



Waii 
(in inches) 



l.D. 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.405 

.540 

.675 

.840 

1.050 

1.315 

1.660 

1.900 

2.375 

2.875 

3.500 

4.500 

6.625 

8.625 



.100 
.123 
.127 
.149 
.157 
.182 
.194 
.203 
.221 
.280 
.304 
.341 
.437 
.500 



.205 


.363 


«^# 


.611 


.421 


.829 


.542 


1.23 


.736 


1.67 


.9S1 


2.46 


1.272 


3.39 


1.494 


4.10 


1.933 


5.67 


2.315 


8.66 


2.892 


11.6 


3.818 


16.9 


5.751 


32.2 


7.625 


48.4 



EVERDUR PIPE 


\ 

\ 

Alloy No. 1010 
12 Foot Lengths 


S.P.S. 
(in inches) 


O.D. 
(in inches) 


Walt 
(in inches) 


l.D. 

(In inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 


1.315 


.126 


1.063 


1.75 


^% 


1.900 


.150 


1.600 


3.05 


2 


2.3r7S 


.156 


2.602 


4.03 



111 



^^^^^^^^^^H 


trrm^^ 


CONDENSER AND HEAT 
EXCHANGER TUBES 





ALLOYS: ADMIRALTY 

ARSENICAL COPPER 
CUZINAL ALUMINUM & BRASS 
ALUMINUM BRONZE 95/5 
CUPRO NICKEL 10% 
CUPRO NICKEL 20% 
CUPRO NICKEL 30% 
OUTSIDE DIAMETERS: %'' , a^*, %" , 1" 
WALL THICKNESS: .042, .049, .058, .065. .072, .083 
LENGTHS: 1-40' INCLUSIVE 
THE ABOVE ALLOYS AND SIZES AS WELL AS OTHER UNLISTED 
ALLOYS AND SIZES ARE AVAILABLE AND QUOTED ON APPLICA- 
TION. 



HALF HARD 
BRASS ANGLES 



Size 

(in inches) 



Drawn 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 


X 


% 


.045 


.080 


% 


X 


% 


.045 


.117 


% 


X 


Vi 


.062 


.214 


% 


X 


% 


.062 


.270 


% 


X 


% 


.062 


.330 




X 


1 


.062 


.440 


1'/, 


X 


iV, 


.062 


.690 



HAR 

1000, 
HUd 
DirJ 



CAM 

281 A 
TRoM 
Dir. 1 
TWX-I 



PHI LAI 

1955 wl 
BAIdwil 
Dir. Dy 
TWX-2 



HALF HARD 
BRASS CHANNELS 



A 
(in inches) 



112 



B 

(in inches) 



Drawn 



ILJ 



c 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 


% 


.040 


.154 


% 


% 


.064 


.235 


% 


% 


.081 


.330 


^ % 


% 


.081 


.360 


% 


% 


.040 


.208 


% 


1 


.081 


.540 


% 


% 


.064 


.500 



ARCHITECTURAL 
BRONZE ANGLE 
EXTRUDED 



Old Alloy No. 280 
New Alloy No. 38S 



Size 

(in inches) 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Foot 



% X % 


M, 


.22 


% X % 


v„ 


.31 




% 


.4035 


% X % 


% 


.48 




% 


.5600 


1 xl 


% 


.8646 




^. 


1.25 


\% xV/, 


Vs 


1.095 




% 


2.10 


v/2 X1V2 


Va 


1.326 




'^. 


1.92 




V4 


2.650 


2 X2 


Va 


1.787 




V4 


3.42 




Vy, 


2.61 


2% X2% 


y.. 


3.44 




V4 


4.35 


3x3 


V4 


5.25 



ARCHITECTURAL 
BRONZE 
UNEQUAL ANGLES 



Size 

(in inches) 



Extruded 

Old Alloy No. 280 
New Alloy No. 385 
16 Foot Lengths 



^ 



Thicliness 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
Per Foot 



% 



X % 


.125 


.52 


1 


.125 


.65 


1V2 


.125 


.84 


X 1 


.125 


.75 


1V2 


.125 


.97 


Xl'/4 


.125 


1.00 


1V, 


.125 


1.10 


2 


.125 


1.33 




HARj 

1000 j 

Dir. I 







ARCHITECTURAL 
BRONZE CHANNELS 


Extrudod 

Old Alloy No. 280 
New Alloy No. 385 
16 Foot Lengthf 

1 1 — I 




h-B_^ 


A 

(in inches) 


B 
(in inches) 


c 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



'/. 


% 


v„ 


.33 


'/. 


\ 


v„ 


.36 


H 


% 


v„ 


.45 


% 


% 


'4 


.57 


% 


1 


'4 


.69 


•4 


•-4 


v„ 


.45 


•4 


% 


v„ 


.52 


li 


\ 


V, 


.68 


% 


1 


V. 


.84 


\ 


l'/4 


V. 


.93 


M 


1'^ 


V. 


1.02 


% 


y« 


v„ 


.68 


y* 


% 


V. 


.90 


y« 


1 


V. 


1.04 


y« 


IV, 


V. 


1.26 


1 


1 


V, 


1.25 


1 


IV, 


V, 


1.45 


i'4 


'V: 


V. 


1.80 


1 


2 


V. 


1.75 



CAMI 

281 Aj 

Dir. L 
TWX-< 



PHI LAI 
1955 wJ 
BAldwiJ 
Dir. Dy 
TWX-; 



114 




WHAT PO YOU WANT 
TO KNOW ABOUT 



If you machine, weld, roll, bend, punch or fabricate 
copper alloys in any way, you probably run into problems. 

Perhaps our own technical men have the answer for you. 
You may find the information you need in one of the 
free technical booklets of the Anaconda American 
Brass Company. Some of this literature is 
listed on the next page. 




Anodes 127 

Brazing Rod — See Welding and 
Brazing Section 

Bus Bar 

Rectangular 120 

Square 119 

Data Section 269-279 

Nails — See Industrial 
Product Section 

Old and New Alloy Numbers. . .128 



.127 



Rivets — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Rod 

Rectangular ...120 

Round... 119 

Square 119 

Sheet 

Cold Rolled Flat 118 

Lead Coated 119 

Soft Coiled 116 

Soft Flat 117 

Strip 116 

Tinner's Rivets — See 

Industrial Products Section 

Tubing 

Air Conditioning ....125 

Drainage 125 

Hard Drawn 121,122,126 

Refrigeration 125 

Soft Seamless 126 

Water 122-124 

WeightTable 115 

Welding Rod — See Welding and 
Brazing Section 

Wire 120,121 




Stocks change from time to 
time. If the material you want 
is not listed here, call or write 
our office nearest you for addi- 
tional information. 

LITERATURE ON COPPER 

Here are a few of the booklets 
published by the Anaconda 
American Brass Company 
that are available to you. This 
literature is free, and may be 
had by calling or writing our 
office nearest you. 



Anoconda Copper and Copper 

Alloys 
Data for the user of Copper & 

Copper Alloys 
Copper & Copper Alloy 

Metolexicon 
PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS for 

Machining Copper, Brass 

Bronze and Nickel Silver 
Tubes and Plates for Condens- 
ers and Heat Exchangers 
Copper for Electrical 

Conductors 
Rods for Screw Machine 

Products 
Welding Rods and Procedures 

for Welding Copper and 

Copper Alloys 
Copper Tubes and Fittings 
Anaconda through-wall 

flashing 
Extruded Architectural Bronze 

Thresholds 
EVEDUR alloys, physicol 

properties and applications 
EVEDUR Electrical Conduit 

TELEPHONES OF OFFICES 
AND WAREHOUSES 

New York, New York 

WOrth 4-2800 

Carteret, N. J. . .YOrktown 9-2000 
Cambridge, Mass. 

TRowbridge 6-4680 

Harrison N. J. . .HUmboldt 5-5900 
Philadelphia, Pa..BAIdwin 9-2323 

Baltimore, Md Windsor 4-2000 

Buffalo, N. Y TRiangle 6-3100 

Syracuse, N. Y. . .HOward 3-6241 
Windsor, Conn. , 'phone 688-4921 
Rochester, N. Y BUtler 8-2141 



OLD ALLOY NO. 100 
NEW ALLOY NO. 110 



COPPER 
SHEET 
WEIGHT TABLE 

Pounds per 
Square Foot 



Thickness 


Nearest 


Pounds per 


Thickness 


Nearest 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


B&S Gauge 


Sq. Ft. 


(in inches) 


B&S Gauge 


Sq. Ft. 


.500 


— 


23.18 


.0970 


10 


41/2 


.375 


— 


17.39 


.0937 


— 


4.347 


.3451 


- 2/0 


16 


.0863 


11 


4 


.3235 


1/0 


15 


.0755 


13 


3V2 


.3125 


— 


14.49 


.0647 


14 


3 


.3019 


1 


14 


.0625 


— 


2.898 


.2804 


1 


13 


.0593 


15 


2 3/4 


.2588 


2 


12 


.0539 


16 


2V2 


.250 


— 


11.59 


.0485 


16 


ZVx 


.2372 


3 


11 


.0431 


17 


2 


.2157 


4 


10 


.0377 


19 


IV4 


.2049 


4 


9V2 


.0323 


20 


IV2 


.1941 


4 


9 


.0270 


21 


IV4 


.1875 


— 


8.694 


.0243 


22 


IVs 


.1833 


5 


8V2 


.0216 


23 


1 


.1725 


5 


8 


.0189 


25 


Vs 


.1617 


6 


71/2 


.0162 


26 


% 


.1510 


7 


7 


.0135 


27 


% 


.1402 


7 


6V2 


.0108 


29 


V2 


.1294 


8 


6 


.0081 


32 


% 


.125 


— 


5.796 


.0054 


35 


Va 


. 1 1 86 


9 


5V2 


.0027 


41 


Vb 


.1078 


10 


5 









0) 

1 
rti 
m 

H 



^ 




115 



SOFT COPPER 
STRIP -COILED 



Old Alloy No. 100 
New Alloy No. 110 






Thicltness 
(in inches) 


Width 

in 
inches 


Pounds 

per 
Lineal 

Foot 


.005 


12 


.2318 


.0063 


12 


.321 


6OZ.{.0081) 
8OZ.(.0108) 
lOOZ. (.0135) 


12 
12 
12 


.37 

.500 

.625 




20 


1.01 




24 


1.25 


12OZ.(,0162) 


12 


.750 




14 


.875 


14OZ.(.0189) 


12 


.875 


16OZ.(.0216) 


6 


.500 




8 


.667 




10 


.833 




12 


1.000 




14 


1.167 




15 


1.250 




16 


1.333 




18 


1.500 




20 


1.667 


18 OZ. (.0243) 


6 


.563 




8 


.750 




12 


1.125 




14 


1.316 


24OZ.(.0323) 


8 


.99 




12 


1.50 




16 


2.00 


30 OZ. (.0404) 


12 


1.87 


32OZ.(.0431) 


12 


2.00 




14 


-2,32 



CAl 



116 











■■■■l^^l 


■ 






■ 
■ 

■ SOFT COPPER 






Old Alloy No. 


100 




. SHEET - FLAT 






New Alloy No 


. 110 






■ Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


Sheet 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


^ 80Z. (.0108) 


30X 


60 


6.25 


48 OZ. (.0647) 


30X 


60 38.00 




30X 


96 


10.00 




30 X 


96 60.00 


- 


36X 


96 


12.00 




sex 


96 72.00 


10OZ.{.0135) 


30X 


60 


7.81 




48 X 


72 72.00 


m 


SOX 


96 


12.50 




48X 


96 96.00 


12OZ.{.0162) 


30 X 


96 


15.00 




48X 


120 120.00 




36 X 


96 


18.00 




60 X 


120 150.00 


, 14OZ.{.0189) 


30 X 


96 


17.50 


S2OZ.(.0720) 


30 X 


96 66.77 




36X 


96 


21.00 


56OZ.(.0755) 


SOX 


60 44.00 


16 OZ. (.0216) 


24 X 


96 


16.00 




60 X 


120 175.00 




24 X 


120 


20.00 


58 OZ. (.0782) 


SOX 


96 72.50 


■ 


30 X 


96 


20.00 


640Z. (.0863) 


SOX 


60 50.00 




30 X 


120 


25.00 




48 X 


96 128.00 




36X 


96 


24.00 




48 X 


120 160.00 


■ 


36 X 


120 


30.00 


4iLB. (.097) 


48 X 


72 108.00 


18 OZ. (.0243) 


SOX 


96 


22.50 




48 X 144 216.00 




36X 


96 


27.00 


5 LB. (.0178) 


48X 


72 120.00 


20 OZ. (.0270) 


30 X 


96 


25.00 


6 LB. (.1294) 


48X 


72 144.00 




36X 


96 


30.00 




48 X 


96 192.00 


-, 24OZ.(.0323) 


24 X 


96 


24.00 




48 X 


120 240.00 




SO X 


96 


30.00 




48X 


144 288.00 


• 


36X 


96 


36.00 




60X 


120 300.00 




48 X 


96 


48.00 




72X 


120 360.00 


320Z. (.0431) 


SOX 


96 


40.00 


9 LB. (.1941) 


48X 


72 216.00 




36 X 


96 


48.00 


12 LB. (.2588) 


48 X 


72 288.00 




46 X 


120 


80.00 


V32" (.0937) 


36X 


96 104.27 


36 OZ. (.0485) 


36 X 


96 


54.00 


%" (.1250) 


36X 


96 139.10 




48 X 


72 


54.00 


V,^" (.1875) 


36X 


96 208.66 


■• 38OZ.(.05l3) 


36 X 


96 


57.00 


'74" (.250) 


36 X 


96 278.21 


40 02. (.0539) 


30 X 


60 


31.00 




48 X 


120 463.68 




48X 


120 


100.00 




48 X 


144 556.42 


Wj 


60 X 


120 


125.00 


%" (.3750) SOX 


60 217.35 


4402. (.0593) 


SOX 


96 


55.00 




48 X 120 695.52 




117 



i 



Oil 



COLD ROLLED COPPER | 


Old Alloy No. 100 


SHEET -FLAT 




New Alloy No. 110 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 

in 

inches 


Pounds 

per 

Sheet 


Thickness 
(in inches) 


Size 

in 

inches 


Pounds 
per , 
Sheet 


8 0Z. (,0108) 


24 X 96 


8.00 


24 OZ. (.0323) 


48X 96 48.00 




30 X 96 


10.00 


320Z. (.0431) 


30X 96 40.00 


10 02. (.0135) 


30X 96 


12.52 




36 X 96 48.00 




36X 96 


15.00 




48X 96 64.00 


12OZ.(.0162) 


30X 96 


15.00 




48X120 79.94 




36X 96 


18.00 


36 OZ. (.0485) 


36X 96 54.00 


14OZ.(.0189) 


30X 96 


17.50 


38OZ.(.05l2) 


36X 96 57.00 




36 X 96 


21.00 


40OZ.(.0539) 


48X120 100.00 


16 OZ. (.0216) 


10 X 96 


6.68 




60X120 125.00 




12 X 96 


8.01 


48 OZ. (.0647) 


SOX 96 60.00 




12X120 


10.00 




36X 96 72.00 




MX 96 


9.33 




48X 96 72.00 




15 X 96 


10.01 




48 X 120 120.00 




15X120 


12.5 




60X144 180.00 




18X 96 


12.00 


64 OZ. (.0863) 


60X144 240.00 




18X120 


15.03 


.093 


S6X 96 103.49 1 




20X 96 


13.34 




48X 96 137.99 




24X 96 


16.00 


4iLB. (.097) 


12X144 54.00 




24X120 


20.00 


5 LB (.1078) 


60X144 300.00 




30 X 96 


20.00 


6 LB. (.1294) 


12X144 72.00 




BOX 12c 


25.00 




60X144 360.00 




36 X 96 


24.00 


Vb" (.1250) 


S6X 96 139.10 




36X120 


30.00 




48X 96 185.47 


18 OZ. (.0243) 


SOX 96 


22.50 


^/ift" (.1875) 


36X 96 208.66 




36X 96 


27.00 


%" (.2500) 


12X144 144.00 


20 OZ. (.0270) 


30X 96 


25.00 




36X 96 278.16 




36X 96 


30.00 


M«" (.3125) 


12X144 180.00 


24OZ.(.0323) 


24 X 96 


24.00 


%" (.3750) 


12X144 216.00 




30X 96 
36X 96 
36X120 


30.00 
36.00 
45.00 


V2" (.5000) 


12X144 288.00 

30X 96 463.68 1 


COLD ROLLED 




i 

Tinned One Side 1 


COPPER SHEET 




Old Alloy No. 100 








New Alloy No. 110 1 




Thickness 

(in inches) 


Size 

in 

inches 


Pounds 

per 

Sheet 





24OZ.(.032S) 36X 96 36.00 
320Z. (.0431) 48X 96 48.00 



118 




LEAD COATED 
COPPER SHEET 



Flat, Hot Rolled* 

Lead Coated Both Sides 



Thickness 
(in inches) 




Approx. 

Weight 

per 

Sheet 



16 OZ. (.0216) BOX 96 20 LBS. 
36X 96 24 LBS. 
36X120 30 LBS. 



Approximate weight of lead per TOO square feet for both sides, 12 to 

1 5 pounds. 

*Can also be furnished Cold Rolled. 



«^^ 




Old Alloy No. 100 




COPPER ROUND ROD - | 


New Alloy No. 1 10 




HARD DRAWN 


1 


12 Foot Mill Lengths 




Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


Vs .0474 


* % 


1.185 


1% 


5.738 


Vis -1067 


»Vl6 


1.434 


iH 


6.828 


Vi .1897 


y* 


1.707 


ly* 


9.294 


»/i« .2964 


^Vi« 


2.003 


2 


12.14 


% .4268 


% 


2.324 


21/4 


15.36 


^As .5809 




3.035 


^V2 


18.97 


^A .7587 


ty* 


3.841 


3 


27.31 


Vi6 .9602 


1V4 


4.742 













*AI$o available in Leaded Copper. 


COPPER SQUARE BAR 
-BUS BAR TEMPER 


Old Alloy No. 100 
New Alloy No. 110 
1 2 Foot Mill Lengths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


3/i. .1358 
1/4 .2415 
•A« .3773 
% .5434 


1 


.9660 
1.509 
2.174 
3.864 


1 1/4 6.038 
1»4 8.694 

2 15.46 




f*-i 



119 



HII 



COPPER RECTANGULAR 
WIRE AND STRIP 



Hard Alloy No. 100 
New Alloy No. 1 10 
Square Edge 
1 3 Foot Mill Lengths 



Size 
(in Inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 



.0604 
.1208 
.1509 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



^6^ % 
1 



%x 



% 



.1811 
.2415 
.182 
.2264 



COPPER RECTANGULAR 
BAR - BUS BAR TEMPER 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 

1V4 



.257 

.363 

.4528 



Square Edge 

Old Alloy No. 100 

New Alloy No. 110 

1 2 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Vs X 


% 


.1812 




% 


.2415 




% 


.3019 




% 


.3623 




% 


.4226 




1 


.4830 




1% 


.6038 




IV, 


.7245 




^% 


.8453 




2 


.9660 




2Vz 


1.208 




3 


1.449 




4 


1.932 


'^6X 


v.* 


.3623 




Va* 


.4528 




V4* 


.5434 




1 


.6339 
.7245 




1V4 


.9056 




IV, 


1.087 




1% 


1.268 


'^6X 


2 


1.449 


% X 


V,* 


.4830 




, %* 


.6038 



'/4 X 






\ X 



V4* 


.7245 


% 


.845 


1* 


.9660 


1V4 


1.208 


1'/,* 


1.449 


1V4 


1.691 


2* 


1.932 


2V4 


2.174 


2V, 


2.415 


3 * 


2.898 


3V,* 


3.38 


4* 


3.864 


5 * 


4.830 


6 * 


5.796 


2 


2.415 


Va 


.7245 


% 


1.087 


1 


1.449 


IV, 


2.174 


2 


2.898 


2V, 


3.623 


3 


4.347 


3V, 


5,087 



\ X 



'/. X 



\ X 



4 


5.796 


6 


8.694 


% 


1.45 


1 


1.932 


1% 


2.415 


IV, 


2.898 


2 


3.864 


2V, 


3.62 


3 


5.796 


3V, 


6.762 


4 


1,'72B 


5 


9.660 


6 


11.59 


8 


15.46 


iV, 


4.34 


2 


5.796 


6 


17.39 


2 


1.12B 


2V4 


8.694 


^V^ 


9.660 


3 


11.59 


5 


19.32 



♦Also available with round edge. 



120 




COPPER ROUND WIRE 






Old Alloy No. 100 






-SOFT 




New Alloy No. 1 1 


B&S 
Gauge 


Size 

in 

inches 


Feet 

per 

Pound 


B&S 
Gauge 


Size 

in 

inches 


Feet 

per 

Pound 


B&S 

Gauge 


Size 

in 

inches 


Feet 

per 

Pound 


26 


.016 


1300.0 


18 .0403 203.4 


10 .102 31.82 


24 


.020 


817.7 


17 .045 161.3 


8 .128 20.01 


23 


.023 


666.7 


16 .051 127.9 


6 .162 12.58 


22 


.025 


514.2 


14 .064 80.44 


4 .203 7.914 


20 

19 


.032 

.036_ 


323.4 

256.5 


12 .080 50.01 
11 .093 40.12 


i" .250 5.29 


COPP 


ER TU 


BING 


Round, Seamless 


HARD 


DRA1 


m 


12 Foot Mill Lengths 


Outsit 


ie Dial 


meter Sizes 


Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 


l.D. 
(in inches) 


(in i 


iches) 


Pounds per 1 
Lineal Foot | 


l.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall Pounds per 
(in inches) Lineal Foot 


'/i. 


.032 .061 1 


iVj .065 1.140 


V. 


.035 .092 1 


.083 1.43 






342 .166 


iVe .083 1.55 


''I. 




335 .119 


IV4 .095 1.915 


y. 




042 .170 


2 .065 1.530 


'^. 




042 .202 


.083 1.940 


•4 




032 . 182 


2% .065 1.930 






049 .269 


.109 3.170 


'/. 




048 .343 


3 .083 2.95 


% 




058 .488 


Z% .083 3.45 


% 




058 .576 


4 .083 3.96 






065 .641 


.134 6.30 


1 




035 .411 


472 .134 7.12 






065 .739 


5 .065 3.90 


1% 




065 .838 


6 .134 9.56 


IV4 




072 1.030 





20 FOOT LENGTHS 



% 


.065 


.246 


% 


.065 


.344 


% 


.065 


.443 






1V4 



.065 
.125 



.542 

1.00 




I fice. 



121 






Yl 



193 



Did 



COPPER TUBING 
HARD DRAWN 
Inside Diameter Sizes 


Round, Seamiest 
20 Foot Mill Lengths 
Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 


l.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


l.D. 
(In inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


1V4 


.t09 


1.80 


3y. 


.109 


4.79 




.134 


2.25 


4 


.083 


4.12 


^% 


.134 


2.67 




.134 


6.74 


2 


.065 


1.63 


4'/^ 


.134 


7.56 




.083 


2.11 


5 


.134 


8.37 




.134 


3.48 


6 


.134 


9.99 




.168 


4.34 


7 


.109 


9.439 


2% 


.109 


3.46 


8 


.109 


10.75 


3 


.068 


2.42 




.134 


13.27 




.063 


3.12 




.165 


16.40 




.109 


4.12 










.134 


5.11 









TYPE "K" WATER 
TUBING -SOFT 



60 Foot Coils 



Nominal Size 
(in inches) 



O.D. 
(In inches) 



Old Alloy No. 1 03 
New Alloy No. 1 22 



l.D. 
(in Inches) 



Wall 
(in Inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



\ 
Vi 
% 
% 
1 

1V4 



.375 


.305 


.500 


.402 


.625 


.527 


.750 


.652 


.875 


.745 


1.125 


.995 


1.375 


1.245 


1.625 


1.481 



.035 
.049 
.049 
.049 
.065 
.065 
.065 
.072 



.145 
.269 
.344 
.418 
.641 
.839 
1.04 
1.36 



20 Foot Straight Lengths 



Nominal Size 
(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



l.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall 
(in Inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2 


2.125 


1.959 


.083 


2.06 


2»A 


2.625 


2.435 


.095 


2.93 


3 


3.125 


2.907 


.109 


4.00 


3Vi 


3.625 


3.385 


.120 


5.12 



122 



TYPE "K" WATER 
TUBING -HARD 



Nominal Size 
(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 
20 Foot Lengths 



I.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Va 


.375 


.277 


.035 


.134 




% 


.500 


.402 


.049 


.269 




Vz 


.625 


.527 


.049 


.344 




% 


.750 


.652 


.049 


.418 




V4 


.875 


.745 


.065 


.641 




1 


1.1 25 


.995 


.065 


.839 




1 V4 


1.375 


1.245 


.065 


1.04 




1 V2 


1.625 


1.481 


.072 


1.36 




2 


2.125 


1.959 


.083 


2.06 


C 


2y2 


2.625 


2.435 


.095 


2.92 


ro 


3 


3.125 


2.907 


.109 


4.00 


z 


S'/z 


3.625 


3.385 


.120 


5.12 


• 


4 


4.125 


3.857 


.134 


6.51 


TJ 


5 


5.125 


4.805 


.160 


9.67 


171 


6 


6.125 


5.741 


.192 


13.87 





TYPE "L" WATER 
TUBING - SOFT 

60 Foot Coils 


Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 


Nominal Size 
(in inches) 


O.D. 
(in inches) 


I.D. 
(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 


.375 


.315 


.030 


.126 


% 


.500 


.430 


.035 


.198 


% 


.625 


.545 


.040 


.285 


% 


.750 


.622 


.049 


.418 


% 


.875 


.785 


.045 


.455 



_ 20 Foot Straight Lengths 



Nominal Size 
(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



LP. 

(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 


1.125 


1.025 


.050 


.655 


1V4 


1.375 


1 .265 


.055 


.884 


rVz 


1.625 


1.505 


.060 


1.14 



/ 



] 



123 




TYPE ' L" WATf R 
TUBING -HARD 



Nominal Size 
(in inclias) 



O.D. 

(in inches) 



Old Alloy No. 1 03 
New Alloy No. 122 
20 Foot Lengths 



I.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V4 


.375 


.315 


.030 


.126 


H 


.500 


.430 


.035 


.198 


H 


.625 


.545 


.040 


.285 


% 


.750 


.666 


.042 


.362 


% 


.875 


.785 


.045 


.455 


1 


1.125 


1.025 


.050 


.655 


iV4 


1.375 


1.265 


.055 


.884 


1% 


1.625 


1.505 


.060 


1.14 


2 


2.125 


1.985 


.070 


1.75 


2% 


2.625 


2.465 


.080 


2.48 


3 


3.125 


2.945 


.090 


3.33 


4 


4.125 


3.905 


.110 


5.38 


5 


5.125 


4-875 


.125 


7.61 


6 


6.125 


5.845 


.140 


10.20 



TYPE "M" WATER 
TUBING -HARD 



Nominal Size 
(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



20 Foot Lengths 
Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 



I.D. 

(in inches) 



Walt 
(in inches) 



Pounds |ier 
Lineal Foot 



% 


.500 


.450 


.025 


.145 


IV* 


1.375 


1.291 


.042 


.682 


IVz 


1.625 


1.527 


.049 


.940 


2 


2.125 


2.009 


.058 


1.46 


21/2 


2.625 


2.495 


.065 


2.03 


3 


3.125 


2.981 


.072 


2.68 


3V2 


3.625 


3.459 


.083 


3.58 


4 


4.125 


3.935 


.095 


4.66 


5 


5.125 


4.907 


.109 


6.66 


6 


6. 125 


5.881 


.122 


8.92 


8 


8.125 


7.785 


.170 


16.5 


10 


10.125 


9.701 


.212 


25.6 



124 



COPPER DRAINAGE 
TUBING 



Nominal Size 
(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Alloy No. T22 



I.D. 

(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1V4 


1.375 


1.295 


.040 


.65 


1V2 


1.625 


1.541 


.042 


.809 


2 


2.125 


2.041 


.042 


1.07 


3 


3.125 


3.035 


.045 


1.69 


4 


4.125 


4.009 


.058 


2.87 


5 


5.125 


4.981 


.072 


4.43 


6 


6.125 


5.959 


.083 


6.10 



■^ 



COPPER REFRIGERATION 


50 Foot Coils 


TUBING 




Sealed and Dehydrated 
Bulk Packed 

Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 


O.D. 


Wall 


Weight per 


O.D. 


Wall 


Weight per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


50 Ft. Coil 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


50 Ft. Coil 


Vi .030 


1.75 


% .032 6.70 


V16 .030 


2.90 


Vz .032 9.10 


V4 .030 


4.00 


% .035 12.60 


V.6 .032 


5.45 


3/4 .035 15.25 






50 Foot Coils 






Sealed and Dehydrated 


COPPER REFRIGE 


RATION 


Individually Packaged 


TUBING 




1 Coil per Carton 

Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 


O.D. 


Wall 


Weight per 


O.D. 


Wall 


Weight per 


(in inches) 


(In inches) 


50 Ft. Coil 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


50 Ft. Coil 


Vb .035 


1.90 


V16 .035 8.60 


Vi€ .035 


3.25 


V2 .035 9.90 


1/4 .035 


4.60 


5/8 .035 12.50 


V16 -035 


5.90 


34 .035 15.25 


% .035 


7.25 





ftl 







^ 



125 












50 Foot Coils 








Open ends 








For Automotive, 




SOFT COPPER TUBING - 1 


Oil Burner, and 








General Use 




SEAMLESS 




Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 




O.D. 


Wall 


Weight per 


O.D. 


Wall 


Weight per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


50 Ft. Coil 


(in inche$)| (in inches) 


50 Ft. Coil 


% .032 


1.81 


.049 


9.75 


j035 


1.92 


% .065 


12.25 


^, .032 


3.03 


.094* 


10.631 


.035 


3.25 


V2 -035 


9.90 


V, .032 


4.25 


.049 


13.45 


.035 


4.58 


.065 


17.20 


'{, .032 


5.45 


.094 


22.00 


.035 


5.90 


% .035 


15.25 


% .032 


6.70 


1 .035 


20.55 


.035 


7.25 










*33 foot Coil. 






fWeight of 33 foot Coil. 


COPPER TUBING 




• 
Round 




HARD DRAWN 




12-14 Foot Random Lengths 






Old Alloy No. 103 








New Alloy No. 122 




O.D. 


Wall 


Pounds per 


O.D. 


Wall 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


Vs .032 


.036 


1 3/i .1 20 


2.38 


% .032 


,134 


IV4 .125 


2.47 


% .035 


.118 


2 .065 


1.53 


1/^ .065 


.344 


2 .083 


1.94 


% .065 


.443 


2% .065 


1.63 


Va .083 


.548 


2% .134 


3.45 


3/i .065 


.542 


4 .065 


3.12 


1 .065 


.740 


5Vi6 .068 


4.55 



126 



COPPER PIPE 



S.P.S. 
(in inches) 



0.0. 
(in inches) 



12 and 20 Foot Lengths 
Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 



1.0. 

(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 


.405 


.281 


.062 


.259 


% 


.540 


.376 


.082 


.457 


% 


.675 


.485 


.090 


.641 


Vi 


.840 


.626 


.107 


.955 


% 


1.050 


.822 


.114 


1.30 


1 


1.315 


1.063 


.126 


1.82 


1^^ 


1.660 


1.368 


.146 


2.69 


IV, 


1.900 


1.600 


.150 


3.20 


2 


2.375 


2.063 


.156 


4.22 


2V. 


2.875 


2.501 


.187 


6.12 


3 


3.500 


3.062 


.219 


8.75 


3y, 


4.000 


3.500 


.250 


11.4 


4 


4.500 


4.000 


.250 


12.94 


5 


5.562 


5.062 


.250 


16.20 


6 


6.625 


6.125 


.250 


19.41 


8 


8.625 


8.001 


.312 


31.63 



EXTRA HEAVY 
COPPER PIPE 


12 Foot Lengths 
Old Alloy No. 103 
New Alloy No. 122 


S.P.S. 
(in inches) 


O.D. 
(in inches) 


l.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 

1 

iy4 
1V2 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 
8 



.405 


.205 


.540 


.294 


.675 


.421 


.840 


.542 


1.050 


.736 


1.315 


.951 


1.660 


1.272 


1.900 


1.494 


2.375 


1.933 


2.875 


2.315 


3.500 


2.892 


4.500 


3.818 


5.562 


4.812 


6.625 


5.751 


8.625 


7.625 



.100 


.371 


.123 


.625 


.127 


.847 


.149 


1.25 


,157 


1.71 


.182 


2.51 


.194 


3.46 


.203 


4.19 


.221 


5.80 


.280 


8.85 


.304 


11.8 


.341 


17.3 


.375 


23.7 


.437 


32.9 


.500 


49.5 



COPPER ANODES 

Copper anodes can be supplied in a wide range of thicknesses, 
widths and lengths. They can be furnished flat or oval, drilled or 
plain. Please write or telephone for complete information. 




Com- 

'^"^usually 

ks and 

eel and 

,'^se are 

i>me of 

' page. 




127 





YOl 



HARL 



CAl 



COPPER and COPPER ALLOYS 
Old and New Alloy Designations 



195 



Old 


Now 


Old 


New 


Old 


New 


Alloy 


Alloy 


Alloy 


Alloy 


Alloy 


Anoy 


No. 


No. 


No. 


No. 


No. 


No. 


2 


2101 


239 


3481 


448 


462 


4 


210 


241 


3471 


450 


464 


7 


DROPPED 


243 


353 


452 


4641 


14 


220 


244 


350 


474 


405 


21 


226 


245 


3531 


477 


4221 


24 


230 


246 


3532 


481 


470 


29 


234 


247 


3651 


510 


667 


32 


240 


250 


377 


515 


6670 


37 


250 


257 


331 


602 


DROPPED 


40 


2501 


260 


3713 


603 


4761 


42 


260 


262 


3711 


605 


482 


43 


DROPPED 


267 


320 


607 


DROPPED 


44 


2611 


269 


348 


610 


544 


45 


261 


270 


3712 


612 


485 


51 


262 


271 


360 


702 


715 


58 


270 


274 


365 


704 


7151 


59 


268 


278 


3801 


707 


7152 


60 


2681 


280 


385 


712 


7101 


61 


274 


282 


332 


713 


710 


65 


2802 


286 


316 


716 


735 


66 


280 


293 


371 


719 


752 


68 


2801 


301 


509 


721 


7641 


100 


110 


302 


5090 


724 


770 


101 


125 


303 


5091 


736 


7091 


103 


122 


305 


510 


739 


754 


104 


120 


314 


5092 


741 


7622 


107 


DROPPED 


320 


5181 


742 


762 


108 


142 


322 


532 


743 


766 


109 


DROPPED 


'351 


510 


744 


757 


110 


1161 


353 


521 


* 745 


7921 


111 


113 


354 


524 


748 


707 


112 


114 


356 


505 


749 


7401 


113 


116 


358 


5014 


750 


740 


117 


1171 


361 


507 


751 


745 


119 


DROPPED 


363 


5012 


755 


706 


120 


102 


364 


5072 


758 


7902 


121 


101 


365 


5073 


760 


7821 


122 


104 


366 


5071 


763 


7051 


123 


107 


367 


5070 


766 


704 


124 


1101 


368 


5020 


767 


7041 


126 


187 


372 


189 


787 


702 


127 


145 


379 


534 


795 


7901 


128 


DROPPED 


404 


413 


821 


7761 


129 


1870 


410 


411 


823 


7741 


130 


1102 


411 


4191 


825 


7981 


132 


147 


412 


415 


828 


773 


134 


150 


419 


4111 


831 


7021 


201 


310 


420 


4222 


850 


7321 


202 


314 


421 


4301 


925 


DROPPED 


205 


3201 


422 


430 


958 


162 


218 


330 


435 


435 


959 


1620 


220 


3301 


436 


436 


960 


1621 


223 


3302 


439 


443 


961 


1622 


226 


335 


440 


444 


965 


165 


229 


340 


441 


445 


999 


182 


235 


342 


442 


442 






238 


356 


444 


DROPPED 







128 



TO KNOW ABOUT 



You'll find the answer to many 
of the problems on welding, 
heat treating, machining, and 
fabricating stainless steels in 
the literature available to you 
from us free of charge. Some 
of this literature is listed on 
the following page. 

And remember, our sales 
representative is well qualified 
to assist you with any of your 
special stainless steel problems. 
Feel free to give him a call. 




STAINLESS 
STEEL 



I 



Angles 149 

Bar 

Hexagonal 145, 146 

Rectangular 148, 149 

Round. 140-144 

Square 147 

Tolerances ...139, 140 

Billets, Square 149 

Data Section .280-315 

Fastenings — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Fittings — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Pipe 157-160 

Ladle Analyses and 
Mechanical Properties.. 160, 181 

Seamless Pipe 157, 158 

Welded Pipe 158-160 

Plate 

Billing Weights 137, 138 

Standard Tolerances 137 

Stock Items 137 

Rigidized Sheet 137 

Sheet & Strip 

Standard Tolerances 130, 131 

Stock Items 130-137 

Weight Table 129 

Tolerances for Cold Rolled 
Strip 131 

Tubing 
Mechanical Needle Tubing.... 151 

Beverage 155 

Seamless 152 

Welded 153-156 

Pressure... 156 

Ladle Analysis 160 

Mechanical Properties 161 

Hydraulic Steel .161, 162 

Weight Tables— Sheet 129 

" -Plate 137,138 

Welding Electrodes — See 

Welding and Brazing Section 

Wire 143, 150 

Wire Cloth 151 



Stocks change from time to 
time. If the material you want 
is not listed here, call or write 
our office nearest you for addi- 
tional information. 



LITERATURE ON 
STAINLESS STEEL 

Literature is free, and may be 
had by calling our represent- 
ative, or writing our nearest 
warehouse sales office. 

Cleaning of Stainless Steel 
Stainless Steels 

Stainless Steel Sheets, Strips^ 

Plates 
Stainless Steel Bar and Wire 
Here's the Stainless Bar Grade 

You Want 
What Grade of Stainless 

Sheets Will Do Your Job 
Precipitation -Hardening 

Stainless Steels 
ELC Stainless Steels 
Welding and Soldering of 

Stainless Steels 
Machining of Stainless Steels 
Surface Finishing of 

Stainless Steel 
Heat Treating, Forging and 

Pickling of Stoinless Steels 
Stoinless Fabricating Tips 
Stainless Steel Pipe and Tube 



TELEPHONES OF OFFICES 
AND WAREHOUSES 

New York, New York 

worth 4-2800 

Carteret, N. J. . .YOrktown 9-2000 
Cambridge, Mass. 

. .TRowbridge 6-4680 

Harrison N. J. . .HUmboldt 5-5900 
Philadelphia, Pa..BAIdwin 9-2323 

Baltimore, Md Windsor 4-2000 

Buffalo, N. Y TRiangle 6-3100 

Syracuse, N. Y. . .HOward 3-6241 
Windsor, Conn, .'phone 688-4921 
Rochester, N. Y BUtler 8-2T41 



STAINLESS STEEL 
SHEET 
WEIGHT TABLE 

Pounds per 
Squcire Foot 



ESTIMATED WEIGHTS ARE BASED ON CHROMIUM NICKEL 
STAINLESS STEEL-42.0 lbs. per sq. ft., per inch of thickness 



NOTE: For a comparison of gauges expressed in decimals of an 
inch, refer to table in data section. 

Weights or© theoretical and may vary from actual. See 
tolerances on next page. 



Nominal 

Gauie 

' U.S.S. 


Thickness 

Range 
Dec. Inch 


Nominal 
Thickness 
Dec. Inch 


Nominal 

Weight 

Pounds Per 

Square Foot 


Rol 


Continuous 

Mill* 
ing Thickness 
Dec. Inch 


Continuous 
Mill Weight' 

Pounds Per 
Square Foot 




. 8 




.1874- .1601 


.1719 


7.2188 








9 




.1600 - .1451 


.1563 


6.5625 








s 1 


- 10 




.1450- .1301 


.1406 


5.9062 








1 


- 




- 


.135 


5.670 








1 


11 




.1300 - .1141 


.125 


5.25 




.120 


5.0388 


■ 


■ 12 




.1140- .0981 


.1094 


4.5937 




.105 


4.4090 


^ 


13 




.0980 - .0831 


.0938 


3.9375 




.090 


3.7791 




14 




.0830 - .072> 


.0781 


3.2812 




.075 


3.1493 


H 


15 




.0720 - .0651 


.0703 


2.9531 








C 

a 

z 




• 16 




.0650- .0581 


.0625 


2.625 




.0595 


2.4894 


17 




,0580 - .0521 


.0563 


2.3625 








18 




.0520 - .0461 


.05 


2.10 




.048 


2.0155 


• 


19 




.0460 - .0401 


.0438 


1.8375 




.042 


1.7636 


TF 


■ 






.040 


1.648 








i 


20 




.0400 - .0351 


.0375 


1.575 




.0355 


1.4906 


m 


"~ 






.036 


1.512 










- 






.035 


1.470 








X 


■ 21 




.0350 - .0321 


.0344 


1.4438 








-< 


22 




.0320- .0291 


.0313 


1.3125 




.029 


1.2177 


o 

7} MM 


- 






.030 


1.260 








u,>M 


23 




.0290- .0261 


.0281 


1.1813 








^lM 


. 24 




.0260 - .0231 


.0250 


1.05 




.0235 


.9868 


mn i^l 








.024 


1.008 








''h 1 


, 25 




.0230- .0199 


.0219 


.9188 








c ^1 
CD ^M 


- 






.020 


.824 








^ H 


. 26 




.0198- .0178 


.0188 


.7875 




.0177 


.7432 


Q ^M 








.018 


.756 










_ 






.0161 


.659 










28 




.0160 -.0146 


.0156 


.6562 




.0145 


.6089 




30 

■ 




.0130-. 0115 


.0125 


.5250 








.'1 Com- 

lusually 


-- *Stai 


nl 


ess Steel sheets 


, 1 1 gouge 


and lighter. 


48 


inches wide and 


' narro 


wt 


sr, are regularly 


produced o 


n continuous ro 


1 1 i ng mills 


which 


•ks and 


_ are c 


opable of mairitair 


ling closer 


tolerances than 


hand mills 


. This 


kel and 


Sas b 


rought about a cha 


nge in mill 


ordering practices. 




ese are 


-^ WHEr 


^ 


ORDERING SHE 


ET BY GAUGE NUMBER 






ome of 


Mater 


ia 


I ordered withi 


1 the continuous mill 


ran^ 


e should 


se ex- 


st page. 


^ pecte 
squa 


d 
re 


to be supplied according to the thickness and weig 
foot shown in the table and within the gauge thickness 


ht per 
range. 


a prob- 
alloys, 

. of our 
office, 
you. 


-^ WHE 
Mater 


N 

(C 


ORDERING SHE 
I thus ordered 


ET BY DECIMAL THICKNESS 
should be expected to be supplied w 


th the 


M full 


th 


ickness toleranc 


9S applying 


as shown on tr 


e following page. 




129 



I 



STAINLESS STEEL 



STANDARD TOLERANCES 



Stainless Steel Sheets 



THICKNESS TOLERANCES 
All Finishes — 48 Inches Wide or Narrower 



Hand Mill 


Continuous Mill 


Ordered 


Tolerance 


Ordered 


Tolerance 


Thickness 


Plus or Minus 


Thickness 


Plus or Minus 


in inches 


in inches 


in inches 


in inches 


.0581 -.072 


.006 


.005 -.0059 


.001 


.0721 -.083 


.007 


.006 - 029 


.0015 


.0831 -.098 


.008 


.0291 -.040 


.002 


.0981 -.114 


.009 


.0401 -.072 


.003 


.1141-. 130 


.010 


.0721 -.098 


,004 


.1301-. 145 


.012 


.0981 -.130 


.005 


.1451 -.1874 


.014 


.1301-. 145 


.006 






.1451-1874 


.007 



WEIGHT TOLERANCES 

The actual weight of any one item of an ordered thickness and 
size in any finish is limited in overweight by the following tolerances : 

1 Any item of five sheets or less, or any item estimated 
to weigh 200 pounds or less, may actually weigh as 
much as 10% over the theoretical weight, 

2 Any item of more than five sheets and estimated to 
weigh more than 200 pounds may actually weigh as 
much as 7)2% over the theoretical weight. 

There is no under-tolerance in weight for No. 1 and No. 2 finishes, 
these finishes being limited in under-tolerance only by the per- 
missible thickness variations. Polished sheets may actually weigh 
as much as 5% less than the theoretical weight. 

For determining estimated weight the following factors are to be 
used: 



Chromium Nickel Stainless Sheets 



Straight Chromium Stainless Steel Sheets . 



. 42.0 lbs. per sq. ft. per 
inch of thickness. 

.41.2 lbs. per sq. ft. per 
inch of thickness- 



WIDTH TOLERANCES 

48" and Under Vfe'' over, nothing under 

Over 48'' 3^" over, nothing under 

LENGTH TOLERANCES 

120" and Under Hi'' over, nothing under 

Over 120" ji" over, nothing under 



130 






STAINLESS STEEL 



STANDARD TOLERANCES 



Stainless Cold Rolled Strip 



THICKNESS TOLERANCES 





Thickness tolerance, in., over and under, for 
thicknesses and widths given 


5 




Widths, Inches 


a 


Specified Thicltness, 
Inch 


Under 
1 to 
Vie 
Incl. 


Under 

3 to 

1 

Incl. 


3 to 

6 

Incl. 


Over 

6 to 

9 

Incl. 


Over 

9 to 

12 

Incl. 


Over 

12 to 

16 

incl. 


Over 
16 to 

23^5/16 

Incl. 


• 
m 


.1874X0.161 INCL. 


.002 


.003 


.004 


.004 


.004 


.005 


.006 




.160 TO. 100 INCL. 


.002 


.002 


.003 


.004 


.004 


.004 


.005 




.099 TO .0721 INCL. 


.002 


.002 


.003 


.003 


.003 


.004 


.004 




.072 TO. 050 INCL. 


.002 


.002 


.003 


.003 


.003 


.003 


.003 




.049 TO. 0401 INCL. 


.002 


.002 


.0025 


.003 


.003 


.003 


.003 


H 


.040 TO. 035 INCL. 


.002 


.002 


.002 


.002 


.002 


.002 


.002 


C 

m 

z 




.034 TO.Q291 INCL. 


.0015 


.0015 


.002 


.002 


.002 


.002 


.002 


,029 TO. 026 INCL. 


.001 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


.025 TO .020 INCL. 


.001 


.001 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 




.019 TO. 013 INCL. 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


m 


.012— 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.0015 


.0015 


.0015 


.011 — 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.0015 


.0015 


.010— 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.001 


.0015 





NOTE: (1) For thicknesses under 0.010 to .005 incl. in widths 
up to and including 16 inches, a permissible variation 
of plus or minus 10% of the thickness is to apply. 
For thicknesses under 0.010 to .005 incl. widths 
over 16 inches to 2Z^^q inches inch, a permissible 
variation of plus or minus 15% of the thickness is 
to apply. 
(2) Thickness measurements are taken % in. in from 
edge of the strip, except on widths less than 1 in. 
the tolerances are applicable for measurements at 
all locations. 



WIDTH TOLERANCES 
Number 3 Edge 



Width tolerance, in., over and under, 
for thicknesses and widths given 



Widths, Inches 





Under 




Over 


Over 


Over 


Over 


Specified Thickness, 


VzXo 


i/zto 


6 to 


9 to 


12 to 


20 to 


Inch 


Vu 


6 


9 


12 


20 


23^5/16 




Incl. 


Incl. 


Incl. 


Incl. 


Incl. 


Incl. 



.1874 TO .161 INCL. — .016 .020 .020 .031 .031 

.160 TO .100 INCL. .010 .010 .016 .016 .020 .020 

.099 TO .069 INCL. ,008 .008 .010 ,010 .016 .020 

.068 AND UNDER .005 .005 .005 .010 .016 .020 




a prob- 



Dffice. 



n 



131 





STAINLESS 


STEEI 


TYPE 301-W HARD 






L- 


TEMPER SHEET 




2B Cold Rolled Finish, 
Aircraft Quality 


i 


Thickness 


Size 




Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 




Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


per Sheet | 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


per Sheet — ,. 


.0625 36 X 96 


63.1 


.032 36 X 


120 


40.3 


36 X 120 


78.8 


36 X 


96 


31.5 — - 


.050 36 X 120 


63.0 


.031 36 X 


120 


39.4 


.040 36 X 120 


50.4 


.025 36 X 


120 


31.5 — 


.035 36 X 120 


43.3 


.020 36 X 


120 


27.5 






.016 36 X 


120 


20.2 


TYPE 301-1^ HARD | 


2B Cold Rolled Finish, 




TEMPER SHEET 




Aircraft Quality 




1 


Thickness 


Size 




Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 1 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


per Sheet { 


(in inches) (in inches) 


per Sheet _^ 


.0625 36X120 


78.8 


.036 36 X 120 


46.3 

39.4 L 


.050 36 X 120 


63.0 


.031 36X120 


.040 36X120 


50.4 


.025 36X120 


31.5 






.020 36X120 


27.5 


TYPE 302-304 SHEET 


No. 4 Polish One Side, 
Annealed 


L 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


.1406(10GA.) 48X12( 


3 236.2 


.048 {18GA.) 


48X 120 


80.6 


,120 (11GA.) 36X12( 


D 151.1 


.036 {20 GA.) 


30 X 96 


29.8 


48X12( 


} 201.5 




30X120 


37.2 


.105 (12 GA.) 36 X 9( 


5 1 05.8 




36X 96 


35.7 


36X12( 


D 132.2 




36X120 


447 


42X12( 


} 154.3 




48X, 96 


47.6 


48X12( 


D 176.3 




48X120 


59.6 [ 


.075 (14GA.) 30X12( 


D 78.7 


.029 (22GA.) 


30 X 96 


243 


36 X 9( 


5 75.5 




30X120 


30.4 ^^--^ 


36X12( 


D 94.4 




36X 96 


29.2 


42X12( 


3 110.2 




36X120 


36.5 ^^ 


48X12 


3 125.9 




48X 96 


38.9 


60X12 


3 * 164.1 




48X120 


48.7 --^ 


.060 (16GA.) 30 X 9 


6 49.S 


.024(24GA.) 


30 X 96 


19.7 


30X12 


62.4 




30X120 


246 r-^ 


36X 9 


5 59.7 




36 X 96 


23.6 


36X12 


3 74.9 




36X120 


29.6 L^ 


36X14 


4 89.9 




48X 96 


31.5 


48X 9 


6 79.9 




48X120 


39.4 -^ 


48X12 


99.9 


.018 {26 GA.) 


30 X 96 


14.8 1 


48X14 


4 119.9 




30X120 


18.5 i_ 


.048 (18GA.) 30 X 9 


6 40.3 




36 X 96 


17.8 


30X12 


50.3 




36X120 


22.2 ^^ 


36X 9 


B 48.3 




48X120 


29.7 


36X12 


50.4 


.015{28GA.) 


36 X 96 


146 


48X9 


6 64.4 









^Supplied to nominal 
weight and thiclcness. 



132 



I 



STAINLESS STEEL 



« 


TYPE 302-304 SHEET 


2B Finish — Annealed, 
Pickled, and Cold Rolled 


/-'" 




- 


Thickness 


Size 

• n 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 




1 


m 


(in inches) 


in 
inclies 


per 
Stieet 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


D B 

> m 

TO 1 




.1406 (lOGA.) 


36X 96 


141.7 


.060 (16 GA.) 


60X120* 131.3 






36X120 


177.2 




60X144* 157.5 


t H 


^ 




48X120 


236.2 


.048 (18GA.) 


SOX 96 40.3 






60X120 


295.3 




30X120 50.3 


^ HI 

PI H 


-« 




60 X 144 


354.4 




36X 96 48.3 






- 


72X144 


425.2 




36X120 60.4 




- 


.120 (IIGA.) 


36 X 96 
36X120 


120.9 
151.1 




48X 96 64.4 
48X120 80.6 


'^1 


-^ 




48X 96 


161.2 


.042 {19GA.) 


36X120 52.9 


H 

c 






48X120 


201.5 


.040 


36X120 50.4 


» 




48X144 


241.8 


.036(2DGA.) 


24X120 29.8 


E 






60X120 


* 262.5 




SOX 96 29.8 


i 



• 


— 




60X144 


* 315.0 




30X120 37.2 






72X144 


* 378.0 




36X 96 35.7 


TJ 


« 


.105(12GA.) 


36X 96 


105.8 




36X120 44.7 


i 






36X120 


132.2 




48X 96 47.6 


m 


~ 




48X 96 


141.0 




48X120 59.6 








48 X 120 


176.3 


.029 (22 GA.) 


24 X 96 19.5 


I 


• 




48X144 


211.6 




SOX 96 24.3 


< 






60X120 


* 229.7 




30X120 30.4 


J} 


~n 




60X144 


* 275.6 




36X 96 29.2 


»^H 






72 X 120 


* 275.6 




36X120 36.5 


mCl 


. 




72X144 


♦ 330.8 




48X 96 38.9 


mo ■ 
r _^ M 




.090 (13GA.) 


36X 96 


90.6 




48X120 48.7 


^ 1 


-^ 




36X120 


113.3 


.024 (24 G A.) 


24X120 19.7 


z H 






48X120 


151.1 




SOX 96 19.7 


o ■ 


" 


.0r75{14GA.) 


24X120 
30 X 96 


63.0 
62.9 




30X120 24.6 
S6X 96 23.6 




--♦ 




36 X 96 


75.5 




36X120 29.6 








36X120 


94.4 




48X 96 


) 31.5 




m 




48X 96 


100.7 




48X120 39.4 








48X120 


125.9 


.020 


36X120 24.8 


Com- 


-1 




48X144 


151.1 


.018 (26 GA.) 


24X 96 11.9 


isually 


\ 




60X120 


* 164.1 




30X 96 14.8 


:s and 


m 




60X144 


* 196.9 




30X12C 


) 18.5 


el and 






72X144 


* 236.3 




36X 96 


) 17.8 


se are 


1 

1 


.060{16GA.) 


30X 96 


49.9 




S6X12C 


> 22.2 


me of 




30X120 


62.4 




48 X 96 


) 23.7 


page. 


« 




36X 96 


59.7 




48X12C 


29.7 








36X120 


74.9 


.0161 


36X12C 


20.3 


prob- 


— 




48X 96 


79.9 


.015 (3GA.) 


S6X 9€ 


14.6 


lloys, 






48X120 


99.9 




S6X12C 


18.2 


)f our 


"^ 




48X144 


119.9 








office, 
ou. 


-, 


^Supplied to no 


minal wi 


sight and t 


lickness. 








— 












133 










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I 





STAINLESS 


STEEL 


TYPE 302 SHEET J 


No. 3(100 6rtt) 
Polished One Side 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 


Pounds 

per 

Sheet 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


(in inches) 


in 

inches 


.105{12GA.) : 


36X120 


132.2 


.048 (ISGAJ 


48X120 


80.6 


48X120 


176.3 


.0471 


36X120 


59.3 


.075{14GA.) : 


36X120 


94.4 


.036 (20 GA.) 


36X 96 


35.7 


42X120 


110.2 




36X120 


37.2 




48X 96 


100.7 




48X 96 


47.6 


48X120 


125.9 




48X120 


59.6 


.060(16GA.) : 


36X 96 


59.7 


.0351 


36X120 


44.2 




36X120 


74.9 


.029 (22 GA.) 


36X 96 


29.2 


i 


«X 96 


79.9 




36X120 


36.5 


i 


!18X120 


99.9 




48X120 


48.7 


.048 (18GA.) 


30X 96 


40.3 


,024(24GA.) 


36X 96 


23.6 




30X120 


50.3 




36X120 


29.6 




36X 96 


* 48.3 


.018 (26 GA.) 


36X 96 


17.8 




36X120 


* 60.4 




36X120 


22.2 




48X 96 


64.4 








♦Paper Protected 










TYPE 304L (EXTRA 




as Finlih — Annealed, 


LOW CARBON) SHEET | 


Pickled, and Cold Rolled 


Thicltness 


Size 
in 

inches 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 

■ n 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


per 
Sheet 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


.1406{10GA.) * 


48X120 


236.5 


.075(14GA.) i 


18 X 120 


125.9 


.120 (IIGA.) 


WX120 


201.5 


.060 (16GA.) 


48X120 


99.9 


.105 (12GA.) 


36X 96 
48X120 


105.8 
176.3 


.029 (22 GA.) 


36X 96 


29.2 


TYPE 316 SHEET | 


2B Finish — Annealed, 
Pickled, and Cold Rolled 


Thickness 


Size 

in 


Pounds 


Thickness 


Size 

in 


Pounds 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


(in inches) 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


.1406 (lOGA.) 


36X12( 


) 177.2 


.060(16GA.) 


36X12C 


) 74.9' 




48X12C 


) 236.2 




48X 9« 


5 79.9 




60Xl4i 


I 354.4 




48Xi2 


) 99.9 


.120 (11 GA.) 


36X 9t 


5 120.9 




60X14^ 


I* 157.5 




36X12( 


5 151.1 


.048 (18GA.) 


36X 9{ 


5 48.3 




48X 9< 


5 161.2 




36X12 


) 60.4 




48X12( 


y 201.5 




48X 9e 


5 64.4 




60X12( 


> 262.5 




48X12 


) 80.6 




60X14- 


I* 315.0 


.036(20GA.) 


36X 9< 


5 35.7 


.105(12GA.) 


36X12( 


3 132.2 




36X12 


5 44.7 




48X12 


} 176.3 




48X12 


D 59.6 




60X13 


3* 229.7 


.029 (22GA.) 


36X 9i 


5 29.2 




60X14i 


4* 275.6 




36X12 


> 36.5 


.090 (13GA.) 


48X12C 


} 151.1 




48X12 


) 48.7 


.075{14GA.) 


36X 9< 


5 75.5 


.024 (24 GA.) 


36X 9< 


5 23.6 




36X12 


D 94.4 




36X12 


) 29.6 




48X12 


3 125.9 




48X12 


y 39.4 




60X14 


4* 129.9 


.018 (26GA.) 


36X 9< 


5 17.8 


,060 (16GA.) 


36X 9 


5 ^7 




36X12 


L^gZg. 



* Supplied to nominal weight and thickness. 



134 



STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 316L (EXTRA LOW 
CARBON) SHEET 



Thickness 
(in incites) 



Size 


Pounds 


in 


per 


inches 


Sheet 



.1406 (10GA.) 48X120 236.2 
.120 (11 GA.) 48X120 201.5 
.105 tl2GA.) 48X120 176.3 



TYPE 321 TITANIUM 
STABILIZED SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 

in 

inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.125 
.090 
.060 

.050 



36X120 
36X120 
36X120 
48X120 
36X 96 
36X120 



157.5 
113.4 
100.8 
105.8 
50.5 
63.0 



2B Finish — Anneaied/ 
Pickled, and Cold Rolied 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 


Pounds 


in 


per 


inches 


Sheet 



.075 (14GA.) 48X120 125.9 
.060 (16GA.) 48X120 99.9 
.048 (18GA.) 48X120 80.6 



Aircraft Quality 

2D Finish — Annealed, 
Pickled, and Cold Roiled 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 

in 

inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.050 
.040 
.036 
.032 
.025 
.016 



48X120 
36X120 
36X120 
36X 120 
36X120 
36X 120 



84.0 
50.4 
45.4 
40.3 
31.5 
19.8 



0) 

1 

m 
m 

-i 



m 
> 



7) 



H 
C 

m 

z 





tfl 
I 
> 

•D 

m 




Com- 


^ 


isually 


m 


s and 


m 


el and 
je are 


mm^ 


vc 


me of 


^ > I 


page. ■• f 
prob- j 1 


' N 


m 


lloys, 1 


^m 


If our "1 


^F; 


tffice. L. J 


K: 



135 






T 



STAINLESS STEEL 



T 



PH STAINLESS STEEL SHEET GRADES 



17-7 PH and PH 15-7 Mo are readily available in sheet form, 
and, to a limited extent, 17-4 PH is also available in sheet form. 
Contact your representative or the warehouse sales office nearest 
you for additional information. 



TYPE 410 (.080 
MAXIMUM CARBON) 
SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



20 Finish 

Cold Rolled, Annealed & 
Pickled 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



.156 36X120* 

.125 36X120 

. 1093 48 X 120 

.0781 48X 96 



192.8 
157.5 
183.7 
104.9 



TYPE 430 SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.060 (16 GA.) 
.036 (20 GA.) 



36X120 
36X 96 



74.9 
35.7 



A-286* SHEET 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 


Pounds 


in 


per 


inches 


Sheet 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.0781 
.0625 



48X120 
48X 96 
48X120 



131.2 
84.0 
105.0 



^No. 1 Finish, Hot Rolled, 
Annealed and Pickled* 



2B Finish 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.029 (22 GA.) 
.024(24GA.) 



36X 96 
36X 96 



29.2 
23.6 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Size 


Pounds 


m 


per 


inches 


Sheet 



.125 


24X96 


84.15B 


.060 


24X96 


39.95 


.109 


24X96 


72.351 


.050 


24X96 


33.65 


.090 


24X96 


60.451 




36X96 


50.50 




36X96 


90.60 1 


.040 


24X96 


28.20 


.080 


24X96 


52.751 


.030 


24X96 


19.45 


.070 


24X96 


47.30 1 









^Allegheny-Ludtum Grade Designation 



136 



I 



STAINLESS STEEL 



COILS 

BANDING STRIP 
RIGIDIZED SHEET 
PERFORATED SHEET 
EXPANDED SHEET 



Stainle$s steels are 
available In these 
commercial forms. Call 
or write for information. 



STAINLESS STEEL PLATES — STANDARD TOLERANCES 

Thickness Tolerances for Rectangular Stainless Steel Plates 

Plates must lie ordered to thickness, not to weight per square 
foot. For purposes of production and shipment of plates within 
production size ranges, the thickness tolerances shown apply. 



Specified Thickness 
(inches) 



Vi6 TO % EXCL. 

% TO 34 EXCL. 

Va to 1 EXCL. 
1 TO 2 INCL. 

OVER 2 



Thickness Tolerance — Over Variation* 



Widths to 84 incl. 



Widths over 84 to 
120 incl. 



.046 
.054 
.060 
.070 
INQUIRE 



.050 
.058 
.064 
.074 

INQUIRE 



Spot grinding is permitted to remove surface imperfections. No plate, 
however, shall vary more than .01 * under specified thickness. 



BILLING WEIGHTS 

Stainless Steel Plates 



Decimal 
Thickness 



Fraction 
of an inch 



.1875 

.21875 

.250 

.3125 

.375 

.4375 

.500 

.5625 

.625 

.6875 

.750 

.8125 

.875 

.9375 

1.000 

1.250 

1.500 

1.750 

2.000 



Pounds per Square Foot 



Widths up to 
and incl. 84' 



Widths over 84" 
to 96'^ incl. 



Widths 
over 96" 



Vl6 
V32 
Vi 

Vie 

ys 

Vl6 

Vz 

% 
1 

13/4 

2 



7.985 
9.315 
10.646 
13.308 
15.968 
18.630 
21.291 
23.952 
26.614 
29.276 
31.937 
34.599 
37.260 
39.922 
42.582 
53.228 
63.873 
74.519 
85.164 



8.295 
9.677 
10.956 
13.437 
16.123 
18.810 
21.498 
24.185 
26.614 
29.276 
31.937 
34,599 
37.260 
39.922 
42.582 
53.228 
63.873 
74.519 
85.164 



8.566 
9.994 
11.266 
13.695 
16.433 
19.172 
21.911 
24.650 
27.002 
29.702 
32.402 
35.103 
37.803 
40.503 
43.202 
54.004 
64.804 
75.605 
86.405 



Billing weights for thicknesses other than those shown wiM be 
furnished upon inquiry. 



137 








r 



r 



STAINLESS STEEL 



STAINLESS STEEL PLATES 

Alloys and Gaugei Normally Carried in Stock 

indicated by "X" 



Thickness 
(in inches) 


TYPE 304 


TYPE 304 
ELC 


TYPE 316 


TYPE 316 
ELC 


Vl6 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Vx 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Vie 


X 








y% 


X 


X 


X 


X 


^h 


X 




X 




>4 


X 




X 




1 






X 





All plates above are hot rolled, annealed and pickled, No. 1 

Finish. 



STANDARD SIZES- BILLING WEIGHTS 

Weight in Pounds Per Plate 



Size 


Thickness of Plate 


in Inches 






(in inches) 


yi6 


^4 


Vie 


y% 


yi 


3/4 


1 


36X96 


191.64 


255.50 


319.39 


383.23 


510.98 


766.49 


1021.97 


36X120 


239.55 


319.38 


399.24 


479.04 


638.73 


958.11 


1277.46 


48 X 96 


255.52 


340.67 


425.86 


510.98 


681.31 


1021.98 


1362.62 


48 X 120 


319.40 


425.84 


532.32 


638.72 


851.64 


1277.48 


1703.28 


48 X 240 


638.80 


851.68 


1064.64 


1277.44 


1703.28 


2554.96 


3406.56 


60 X 120 


399.25 


532.30 


665.40 


798.40 


1064.55 


1596.85 


2129.10 


60 X 144 


479.10 


638.76 


798.48 


958.08 


1277.46 


1916.22 


2554.92 


60 X 240 


798.50 


1064.60 


1330.80 


1596.80 


2129.10 


3193.71) 


4258.20 


72X120 


479.10 


638.76 


798.48 


958.08 


1277.46 


1916.22 


2554.92 


72 X 240 


958.20 


1277.52 


1596.96 


1916.16 


2554.92 


3832.44 


5109.84 


84 X 120 


558.95 


745.22 


931.56 


1117.76 


1490.37 


2235.59 


2980.74 


84 X 144 


670.74 


894.26 


1117.87 


1341.31 


1788.44 


2682.71 


3576.89 


96 X 120 


663.60 


876.48 


1074.96 


1289.84 


1719.84 


2554.96 


3406.56 


96 X 240 


1327.20 


1752.96 


2149.92 


2579.68 


3439.68 


5109.92 


6813.12 


CLAD PLi 


ITES 




1 










For plate siz 


es of Stai 


niess Cla 


d Steel, s 


ee Indust 


rial Products section. 



138 






STAINLESS STEEL 



■^ 



SECTION TOLERANCES 
STAINLESS STEEL BAR 
AND WIRE 



Size 
Inches 



4 Vis TO 5 

41/8 T0 4i^... 

31/8 TO 4 

213/18T0 3 

114 TO 2 3/4-. 

1 to1>Vm- 

% TO 31/32. 

>A TO 19/32. 

% TO n/3j. 

*/i6 TO 11/32. 

.044 TO 1/4... 



Cold Finished Bor and WIrs 



Rounds 
CD. or C.G. 



Plus 



Minus 



.008' 

.005' 

.003' 

.003' 

.003' 

.0025' 

.002' 

.002' 

.0015' 

.0015' 

.001' 



.008' 

.005' 

.003' 

.003' 

.003' 

.0025' 

.002' 

.002' 

.0015' 

.0015' 

.001* 



Squares 
Cold Drawn 



Plus 



Minus 



.003' 

.003' 

.003' 

.0025' 

.002' 

.002' 

.0015* 

.0015' 

.001' 



.003' 

.003' 

.003' 

.0025' 

.002' 

.002' 

.0015' 

.0015' 

.001' 



If required, centerless ground bars can be furnished to tolerances 
closer than standard. 



Cold Finished Hexagons 



m 



C 

E 

z 





Size 
Inches 

OVER 3 

OVER 2 TO 3 

OVER 1 TO 2 

OVER 1/2 TO 1 

H . . . . 

V16 TO UNDER 1^.. 
.044 TO UNDER V16. 



Plus 



Minus 



.010' 
.008' 
.006' 
.004' 
.004' 
.003' 
.002' 



Hot Finished Bors 



Size 


Rounds 


Squares 


(In inches) 


Plus 


Minus 


Plus 


Minus 


OVER 41^ TO 51^ 

OVER 31^ TO 41/2 

OVER 21/2 TO 31^ 

OVER 2 TO 2 14 

OVER 1 1/2 TO 2 


.078' 
.063^ 
.047' 
.032' 
.016' .016' 
.014' .014' 
.012' .012' 
.011' ,011' 
.010' .010' 
.009' .009' 


.078' 
.063' 
.047' 
.032' 
.016* 016' 


OVER 13/g TO 114 

OVER 1 1/4 TO 1 3/g 

OVER 1 Vi TO 1 1/4 

OVER 1 TO 1 H 

O^ER % TO 1 


.014' .014' 
.012' .012' 
.011' .011' 
.010' .010' 
.009' nno» 


OVER % TO y, 

OVER V18TO % 

OVER Vie TO T'As 

V4 TO Vl6 INCU 


.008' 
.007' 
.006- 
.005' 


.008' 
.007' 
.006' 
.005' 


.008' 
.007' 
.006' 
.005' 


.008' 
.007' 
.006' 
.005' 




kel Com- 
^usually 
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!kel and 
ese are 
ome of 
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STAINLESS STEEL 


SECTION TOLERANCES 
STAINLESS STEEL BAR 
AND WIRE (Continued) 


Flats and Squares 




Width 


Thickness 


Size 
(in inches) 


Over 


Under 


Vs" to 1/2" 

IncI. 

Plus or 

Minus 


Over 1/2' 

tol'^ IncI. 

Plus or 

Minus 


Over r 

to 2" IncI. 

Plus or 

Minus 



OVER 4 TO 6 
OVER 2 TO 4. 
OVER I TO 2 . 
1 INCLUSIVE. 



.094 .063" 

.063 .031" 

.031 .031" 

.016 .016" 



.015' .020' 

.015' .020' 

.012' .015" 

.008' .010' 



.031 ' 
.031" 
.031* 

















c^^ 


1^^ 










1 2 Foot Rondom Lengths 








Free MacKlnIng 




TYPE 303 ROUND BAR 1 


Annealed 










Cold Drawn — Sizes tl 


iru 








Vr" dia. 










Centerless Ground — 


Va" thru 








A" dia. 




Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inclies) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


'/» 


.010 


'% 


1.500 


1% 


9.39 


v„ 


.023 


% 


1.50 


2 


10.68 


% 


.042 


"^6 


1.76 


2Va 


12.06 


% 


.065 


'/, 


2.04 


2.% 


13.52 


"4 


.079 


'M. 


2.35 


^% 


15.06 


'/i» 


.094 


1 


2.67 


2% ' 


16.69 


% 


.128 


l'/i6 


3.02 


2% 


18.40 


'/4 


.167 


iv. 


3.38 


2% 


20.20 


% 


.211 


1'/;. 


3.77 


2\ 


22.07 


'/;* 


.251 


1V4 


4.17 


3 


24.03 


"4 


.316 


1'^6 


4.60 


3V8 


26.08 


% 


.376 




5.05 


3% 


28.21 


'% 


.441 


;/. 


5.52 


3V2 


32.71 


'/u 


.511 


IV. 


6.01 


3V4 


37.55 


"4 


.660 


1'^. 


6.52 


4 


42.73 


X 


.668 


154 


7.05 


4V,* 


54.07 


'/I. 


.345 


1"/,. 


7.60 


5 * 


66.76 


V. 


1.04 


l'/4 


8.18 


6 * 


96.11 


'M. 


1.26 











* Annealed and Smooth turned 



140 




1 2 Foot Random Lengths 
Annealed 

Cold Drawn — Sizes thru 
Vj" dio. 

Centerless Ground — l/^'^ dia. 
and larger 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



TYPE 304 ROUND BAR 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



"/i. 


2.347 


1"/« 


3.500 


1'^. 


3.770 


I'/i. 


4.600 


1'^* 


5.520 



115/ 
' 4 6 


10.02 


2 


10.68 


2Va 


12.06 


2^^6 


12.78 


2V4 


13.52 


2% 


15.06 


2'/a 


16.69 


2% 


20.20 


3 


24.03 


3'/4 


28.21 


3'/, 


32.71 


3V4 


37.72 


4 


42.73 



Forging Quality 
Ground Finish 





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i 







STAINLESS 


STEEL 








i^ 


\ 


i^^ 


^ 




12 Foot Random 


Lengths 




Annealed 




TYPE 316 ROUND BAR 


Cold Drawn — Sizes thru 




Vi" dia. 






Centerless Ground— I/a" thru 
4' dia. 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot • 


% .042 


'/, 


2.04 


1V4 


8.18 i 


V,4 .094 


1 


2.67 


IVb 


9.39 


% .167 


1^6 


3.02 


2 


10.68 ^ 


'/i* .261 


iv. 


3.38 


2V, 


13.52 


% .376 


1M» 


3.77 


2% 


16.69 ' 


'/,, .511 


l'/4 


4.17 


2\ 


20.20 j 


% .668 


1'^« 


4.60 


3 


24.03 ^ 


Vu .845 


IV, 


5.05 


3V8 


26.08 


% 1.04 


iVj 


6.01 


3% 


28.21 


'M, 1.26 


1'^. 


6.52 


4 


42.73 


% 1.50 


IV, 


7.05 


4%* 


48.23 




* Annealed and 






Smooth turned 


■ 
1 


TYPE 316 ROUND BAR 


Forging Quality 
Ground Finish 


■ 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


'H, 2.347 


1^:* 


1 

5.520 [ 


1 ^6 3.014 


1 % 


6.000 


1"/m 3.500 


1% 


7.050 ^ 


1 ^« 3.770 


1% 


9.390 J 

a 



142 



1 












STAINLESS STEEL 




TYPE 316 ROUND BAR 


Rockwell 90, 


Annealed 


AND WIRE 


thru Vb'' dia.— CoW Finished 




Larger than Vb" dia.— Center- 






less Ground 


- 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds pe 




(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foo 




% .042 


% 1.502 


'^6 .094 


% 2.044 


'/4 .167 


1% 7.051 


^6 .261 


1% 9.388 


% .376 


l'^^6 10.020 


TYPE 32 


- ^6 -845 


2'/;6 12.780 




1 ROUND BAR 




AND WIRE 


Cold Finished 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


% .668 


% 


2.044 


1 % 7.051 


'^6 .845 


1 


2.670 


1 % 8. 178 


% 1.043 


1 % 


3.379 


2% 15.062 


% 1.502 


1 V4 


4.173 


3 % 32.71 


'^^6 1,763 


1 '/, 


6.008 




TYPE 347 ROUND BAR 




AND WIRE 


Cold Finished 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


^8 .376 


^^^6 


1.763 


1 % 7.051 


^6 -511 


% 


2.044 


1 % 8.178 


V2 .668 


'=^6 


2.347 


I'M. 8.773 


'<* .845 


1 


2.670 


2 10.681 


% 1.043 


1 % 


4.173 


2 % 13.519 


'M, 1.262 


1^6 


5.518 


2% 15.062 


^4 1.502 


IV, 


6.008 


3 24.033 




143 



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these are 

tSome of 
^xt page. 

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el alloys, 
ion of our 
les office. 
sip you. 



li 



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STAINLESS STEEL 










) 


i^^ 


i^^ 




T 2 Foot Random Lengths 




Free Mochining, Annealed 




Cold Drawn— Sizes thru 




Va" dia. 


TYPE 416 ROUND BAR 


Centerless Ground — Va" 




thru A" dia. 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


\ .042 


1 2.67 


2% 13.52 


^\^ .094 


1^6 3.01 


25/,6 14.28 


% .167 


iVg 3.38 


Z% 15.06 


5/. .261 


1^^. 3,77 


2% 16.69 


\ .376 


IV^ 4.17 


2% 18.40 


V,4 .511 


iVg 5.05 


2V4 20.20 


% .668 


iVj 6.01 


3 24.03 


Vu -845 


\% 7.05 


3V4 28.21 


% 1.04 


1% 8.18 


SVe 30.42 


"/j^ 1.26 


1% 9.39 


3V, 32.71 


% 1.50 
"^4 1.76 


1'*/;^ 10.02 


3% 37.55 


2 10.68 


4V4* 48.23 


% 2.04 


Z% 12.06 


472* 54.07 
* Annealed and 


^Vu 2.35 




Smooth turned 



TYPE 430 AND 430F 
ROUND BAR 



Centerless Ground 

1 2 Foot Random Lengths 



Diameter 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1.043 





1 


Annealed 


and Centerless 






Ground, 29 to 35 on Rockwell C 


17-4 PH"^ ROUND BAR I 


Scale, 12 


to 


14 


Foot Random 






lengths 








Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 




Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


- 


Lineal Foot 


V4 


.167 


2 






10.68 


% 


.376 


2Vl6 






1 1 .36 


Vi 


.668 


^V% 






12.06 


V,6 


.845 


2V4 






13.52 


% 


1.04 


2% 






15.06 


Va 


1.50 


ZVz 






16.69 


V% 


2.04 


2% 






18.40 


\ 


2.67 


2 3/4 






20.20 


Wt 


3.38 


ZVs 






22.07 


1V4 


4.17 


3 






24.03 


1% 


5.05 


3y8 






26.08 


\y% 


6.01 


3V4 






28.21 


1% 


7.05 


3y2 






32.71 


1'/4 


8.18 


4 






42.73 


1% 


9,39 











*17-10 P bars also available 



144 



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STAINLESS : 


STEEL 








I^^S 


TYPE 303 


12 Foot Random Lengths 


HEXAGONAL BAR 


Free Machining 






Cold Drawn, Annealed, 




and Pickled 




Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


M. ' .104 


% 


1.15 


iVa 


3.73 


V, . 184 


'M6 


1.39 


IV4 


4.60 


'/m .2BB 


% 


1.66 


1*^* 


5.07 


"/„ .348 


'% 


1.94 


l'/2 


6.63 


'/, .414 


% 


2.25 


iVa 


7.77 


''i. ..564 


15/ 


2.59 


1% 


9.02 


'/j .735 


1 


2.94 


1'^^. 


9.67 


''i. .932 


1^^« 


3.32 


2 


11.78 


TYPE 304 






HEXAGOI 


Ul BAR 


Cold Drawn, Annealed 


Size 


Pounds per 1 


Size 


Pounds per 






(in inches) 


Lineai Foot | 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 




V2 .736 1 


IM, 3.324 




'/, 1.150 


1 Va 3-726 




% 1.656 


IV, 4.601 




"'i« 1.944 


1 \ 5.567 




'/, 2.254 


1^4 9.017 




TYPE 316 






HEXAGOI 


UAL BAR 1 


Cold Drawn, An 


nealfl 

s oer 


d 


Size 


Pounds perl 


Size 


Pound 






(in inches) 


Lineal Foot | 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 




% .736 1 


1^6 3.324 




'/,, .932 


iVs 3.726 




% 1.150 


\% 5.567 




% 1.656 


W^ 4.601 




'^6 1.944 


iVj 6.626 




% 2.254 


1% 7.774 




1 2.944 


\% 9.017 





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Some of 
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145 



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STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 321 
HEXAGONAL BAR 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V2 



.736 
1.944 
2.254 



TYPE 347 
HEXAGONAL BAR 



Cold Finished 



Size 
(in inciies) 



l^ounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1% 



3.727 

4.601 



Cold Finlshod 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 






1.150 
1.392 
1.656 
1.944 
2.254 



TYPE 416 
HEXAGONAL BAR 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 



.184 
.414 
.564 
.736 
1.15 



Size 

(In inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1^6 
IV2 



3,324 
4.601 
5.567 
6.625 



1 2 Foot Random Lengths 

Free Machining 

Cold Drawn, Annealed, 
and Pickled 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 



1.66 

2.25 
2.94 
3.73 



17-4 PH 
HEXAGONAL BAR 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1V4 

iVa 
1% 



4.60 
6.63 
7.78 
9.02 



12 Foot Random Lengths 
Cold Drawn, Annealed and 
Pickled 



Size 
(In inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1.66 

1.15 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2.25 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



IV16 



4.152 



146 



i 












STAINLESS STEEL 






: BAR 


1 2 Foot 

Free Mo 

Cold Drc 
and Pich 






»ngths 
lied. 


TYPE 303 SQUARE 


Random U 

chining 

iwn, Annec 
.led 


Size 
(in incites) 


Pounds per 
.Lineai Foot 


Size 
(in incites) 


Pounds per 
Lineai Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineai Foot 


% .053 

'>;. .120 

V, .213 
''!. -332 
y, " .478 


% 


.651 
.850 
1.33 
1.91 
2.25 


% 2.60 

1 3.40 
IV4 5.31 
IV2 7.65 

2 13,60 


TYPE 304 AND 31 
SQUARE BAR 


b 


Cold Dra^ 
and Pickl 


wn. Annealed 
ed 


-i-: 


Size 
(in inclies) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 

1V4 



3.400 
5.313 



TYPE 416 SQUARE BAR 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V16 



.213 
.332 



.478 5/^ 



1 2 Foot Random Lengths 

Free Machining 

Cold Drawn, Annealed, 
and Pickled 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V16 



.651 
.850 
1.33 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



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Some of 
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1 
m 
m 

H 








T 



STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 302-304 
RECTANGULAR BAR 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



'/. 



\ 
1 

2 
3 

1 

1V4 
1V2 

2 

2V2 

3 

V4X % 
% 



.213 
.266 
.319 
.^5 
.531 
.638 
.850 

1.275 
.319 
.478 
.558 
.638 
.797 
.956 

1.116 

1.28 

1.594 

1.913 
.425 
.•531 



12 Foot Random Lengths 

Hot Rolled, Annealed, 
and Pickled 



Size 
(in inclies) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V4X % 
1 

1V4 

2 

2% 

3 

4 

VaX % 
1 

IV4* 
iVa* 
2 

2V, 
3 
4 

1 

IV4 
I'X 



.638 
.850 
1.06 
1.28 
1.70 
2.125 
2.55 
3.40 

.956 
1.28 
1.50 
1.92 
2.55 
3.188 
3.825 
5.100 
1.275 
1.70 
2.125 
2.55 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



73x2 

2% 

3 

4 

VsXl 

^4x1 

IV, 

2 
3 

4 

6 

xiV, 

IV, 

2 

3 

4 
6 
10 

iy,xi3/ 



3.40 

4.25 

5.10 

6.80 

2.13 

3.19 

2.55 

3.83 

5.10 

7.65 

10.20 

15.30 

3.40 

5.10 

6.80 

10.20 

13.60 

20.40 

34.00 

8.928 



*Also stocked in Type 302 coid drawn, annealed and pickled. , 
tAlso stocked in Type 302 cold drawn, annealed and pickled. #4 Round 
Edge. 



TYPE 316 


1 








RECTANGULAR BAR 






' 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(In inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


y^xl .425 


%X2 1.700 


V8X2 


2.550 


%x y, .425 


2y2 2.125 


2V2 


3.188 


1 .850 


3 2.550 


3 


3.825 


ly, 1,275 


VgXl ^.275 


VaXl 


1.700 


IV4 1.488 


ly, 1.913 


2 


3.400 



148 






STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 410 
RECTANGULAR BAR 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Va X 1 3/4 

31/2 



.319 
1.49 
2.98 



SQUARE SriLETS 

304 and 304 ELC 
316 and 316 ELC 



Size 
(in inches) 



4X4 

6X6 
8X6 



TYPE 302-304 ANGLES 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V4X %x\ 

1 XI xVe 
1 xl x^^, 

1V4X1V4X3^, 

I'/jXiy^xVa 
I'/^xlV^x^^, 



.59 
.80 
1.16 
1.01 
1.48 
1.23 
1.80 



TYPE 316 ANGLES 



Size 
(in inches) 



1 X 1 X Vg 

1 XI x^^, 

iv^xiv^xyg 

1'/2X1V,X^/, 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.80 
1.16 
1.23 
1.80 



12 Foot Random Lengths 
Hot Rolled, Annealed, 
and Pickled 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V2X 



1.28 
1.49 
1.70 



Round Corners 

Forging Quality 

9 to 14 Foot Random Length 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



54.0 
122.0 

217.0 



Hot Rolled, Annealed, 
and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2 x2 xVg 
2 x2 x^/;^ 

2 x2 xV^ 
2'/2X 27^x3^^ 

2y2X2V2xV^ 

3 X3 XV4 



2.34 
1.65 
2.44 
3.19 
3.07 
4.10 
4.90 



Hot Rolled, Annealed, 

and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2 X2 x^^, 

2 x2 X V^ 

3 x3 xl' 



2.34 
2.44 
3.19 
4.47 



H 

C 

w 

z 

Q 




lusually 
•ks and 
kel and 
ese are 
ome of 
tt page. 

a prob- 

alloys, 

of our 

office. 

you. 



149 



ll 





STAINLESS STEEL 


TYPE 302 METALLIZING 
WIRE, ROUND"^ 


17-7 PH SPRING 
TEMPER WIRE 

Condition C 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 1 
Lineal Foot | 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Vg .041675 ] 


Vi6 .09327 


*Also availa 

TYPE 302 M 
ANNEALED V\ 


ble in other alloys 

ID 304 
riRE 


Random Coili 




Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.025* 


.001667 


.032* 


.002731 


.040* 


.004268 


.051 * 


.006937 


.062 


.010253 


.064* 


.010925 


.072 


.018327 


.250 t 


.1667 



* Stocked in 5 lb, non- 
returnable spools 



TYPE 305 
SAFETY WIRE 



t Also Stocked in Type 316 



5^ spools 



1 


Diameter 
(In Inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.024 


.001550 




.031 


.002584 




.043 


,004998 



150 



I 



STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 304 WIRE CLOTH 



Mesh 



Diameter 
of wire 

In 
inches 



Width 

and 

Length 



Pounds 

per 
Square 

Foot 



150 .0026 
120 .0037 
too .0045 

60 .0075 
50 .009 

30 .011 
40- .013 
20 .016 

16 .020 
.018 



24^X224' 

36* X 100^ 
36' X 100' 
29?X 25' 
36' X 100' 

ae'^xioo' 

42* X 100' 
36' XI 00' 
24' X 100' 
36' X 100' 
29' X 25' 
36' X 100' 
36' X 100' 



.0714 

.116 

.142 

.142 

.237 

.32 

.32 

.245 

.488 

.344 

.344 

.43 

.345 



Mesh 



Diameter 
of wire 

in 
inches 



Width 

and 

Length 



Pounds 

per 
Square 

Foot 



12 .023 
10 .025 

8 ,020 
.028 
.032 
.035 

4 .047 
.063 

3 .027 

2 .063 
.080 



X 100' 

XI 00' 

X 30' 

'XlOO' 

'X 25' 

XlOO' 

X 100' 

X 100' 

X 100' 

'XlOO' 

'X 100' 
X 100' 



.422 
.412 
.186 
.411 
.541 
.651 
.572 
1.048 
.428 
.512 
.83 
.83 



C 

m 

z 





TYPE 304 MECHANICAL 
NEEDLE TUBING 


Cold Drawn and 
Annealed 


O.D. 
(in inches) 


I.D. 
(in inches) 


Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 




.065 



.047 



.009 



.52 



Com- 

usually 

ks and 

rckel and 

hese are^ 

iome of 

t page. 

I prob- 

alloys, 

of our 

office. 

you. 



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STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 304 TUBING - 
SEAMLESS 



Cold Drawn, Annealed, 

and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



I.D. 
(in incties) 



Wall Thicl(ness 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



"h 


.143 


.022 


.037 




.123 


.032 


.055 




.117 


.035 


.057 


'/4 


.194 


.028 


.066 




.180 


.035 


.080 




.152 


.049 


.105 




.120* 


.065 


.128 


'/,6- 


.257 


.028 


.085 




.243 


.035 


.104 


V 


.215 


.049 


.138 




.182 


.065 


.172 


V. 


.305 


.035 


.127 




.277 


.049 


.171 




.245* 


.065 


.215 


Vi 


.430* 


.035 


^.174 




.402* 


.049 


.236 




.370* 


.065 


.302 


'/, 


.555 


.035 


.220 




.527 


.049 


.301 




.495 


.065 


.369 


\ 


.680 


.035 


.267 




.652 


.049 


.367 


j 


.620 


.065 


.475 


% 


.745 


.065 


• 562 


1 


.870 


.065 


.649 


j 


.834 


.083 


.813 


\% 


1.232 


.134 


1.96 


\% 


1.652 


.049 


.890 


1 


1.620 


.065 


1.17 


2 


1.870 


.065 


1.34 



*Also stocked in Type 316 



152 



STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 304 

TUBING - WELDED 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Full Finish, Annealed, 
and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 



l.D. 
(In Inches) 



Wall Thickness 

(In Inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 





.055 
.118 


.035 
.035 


.034 
.057 


■ 


% 


.180* 


.035 


.080 1^1 




.170 


.040 


.090 ]■ 




.152 


.049 


.105 ^^ 




.120* 


.065 


.128 


M. 


.243 


.035 


. 104 


* 


.215 


.049 


.138 




.183 


.065 


.172 


\ 


.305* 


.035 


.127 




.277* 


.049 


.171 




.245 


.065 


.215 


V,. 


.367 


.035 


.151 .<: 




.340 


.049 


.204 ^ 5 


\ 


.430* 


.035 


.174 






.402* 


.049 


.236 


-^^ 


'/;. 


.370* 
.483 


.065 
.035 


.302 
.197 




V, 


.555 


.035 


.220 


^1 




.527* 


.049 


.301 


im 




.495 


.065 


.389 


im 


\ 


.680 


.035 


.267 


■ 




.652* 


.049 


.367 


m 




.620* 


.065 


.475 


jd 




.584 


.063 


.591 




V. 

1 


.805 

:rn 

.930 


.035 
.049 
.035 


.314 
.432 
.361 


I Com- 
usually 

ss and 




.902 


.049 


.498 


eel and 




.870 * 

.834 

.760 


.065 
.063 
.120 


.649 

.813 

1.288 


>se are 
>me of 
t page. 


i'-4 


.760 
1.055 1 


.035 
.065 


.407 
.736 


I prob- 
illoys, 
of our 


* Stocked also in 

t Stocked also in 

with #4 polish 


TYPE 316 
TYPE 304 
on O.D. 


Confmued on 


nexf page 


office, 
iyou. 



153 



1 




STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 304 

TUBING - WELDED 

(Continued) 




O.D. 
(in inches) 



Full Finish, Annealed, 
and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 



l.D. 

(in inches) 



Wall Thickness 
(In inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



l'/4 


l.180t 


.035 


.454 




1.152 


.049 


.628 




1.120* 


.065 


.823 




1.010 


.120 


1.448 


iVs 


1.245 


.065 


.909 


IV, 


1.430 


.035 


.548 




1.^2 


.049 


.759 




1.370* 


.065 


.996 




1.334 


.083 


1.26 




1.260 


.120 


1.77 


IVb 


1.495 


.065 


1.08 


1% 


1.680 


.035 


.641 




1.652 


.049 


.890 




1.620 


.065 


1.17 


1% 


1.745 


.065 


1.26 


2 


1.930 


.035 


.734 




1.902 


.049 


1.02 




1-870* t 


.065 


1.34 




1.834 


.083 


1.70 




1.750 


.120 


- 2.41 




1.625 


.188 


3.64 


2% 


2.152 


.049 


1.15 




2.120 


.065 


1.52 


2'/a 


2.370 


.065 


1.69 




2.260 


.120 


_ 3.05 


3 


2.870 


.065 


2.04 




2.834 


.083 


2.59 




2.760 


.120 


3.69 


3V4 


3.187 


.031 


1.07 


4 


3.834* 


.083 


3.47 


4% 


4.176 


.037 


1.67 


B% 


6.162 


.044 


2.92 


8V4 


8.162 


.044 


3.86 


* Stocked 


also in TYPE 316 






t Stocked 


also in TYPE 304 






with H 


polish on O.D, 







154 



I 



STAINLESS STEEL 




TYPE 304 
BEVERAGE TUBING 






O.D. 
(in inches) 


I.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



\ 


.210 


.020 


.049 


'^* 


.272 


.020 


.063 


% 


.335 


.020 


.093 



TYPE 321 
TUBING-WELDED 


Full Finished, Annealed 
and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 


O.D. 
(in inches) 


I.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



^. 






.117* 


.035 


% 






.210 
.194 
.180* 


.020 
.028 
.035 


M* 






.206 
.242* 


.020 
.035 


% 






.335 
.305* 


.020 
.035 


'/.. 






.367t 


.035 


% 






.460 
.444 
.430* 


.020 
.028 
.035 


% 






.555 1 


.035 


% 






.680* 


.035 


1 






.944 
.930* 


.028 
.035 


1% 




1 


.laot 


.035 


* Also stocked in 


Seamless, Cold Drawn, 




Annealed and P 


ickled 






t Stocked 


in Seamless only. 





.034 
.049 
.066 
.060 
.063 
.104 
.093 
.127 
.151 
.103 
.141 
.174 
.220 
.267 
.291 
.361 
.454 




bl Com- 
fnusually 
ooks and 
lickel and 
these are 
^ome of 
Kt page. 

la prob- 
' alloys, 
3n of our 
es office. 
Ip you. 



155 



T 



STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPE 347 
TUBING-WELDED 



Full Finished, Annealed 
and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 



. 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



I.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.210 


.020 


.048 


.242 


.035 


.104 


.335 


.020 


.093 


.319 


.028 


.104 


.430 


.035 


.174 


.694 


.028 


.216 


.680 


.035 


.267 



'/4 

V, 



V4 



TYPE 446 
TUBING-SEAMLESS 


Cold Drawn, Annealed 
and Pickled 

20 Foot Random lengths 


O.D. 
(in Inches) 


I.D. 

(in inches) 


Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



.188 



.063 



.168 



PRESSURE TUBING 



T 



Welded and seamless pressure tubing in all standard grades 
of Stainless Steel, for use in condenser, heat exchanger, boiler, 
and still tube applications, are available at mill prices and 
mill delivery. Tais tubing is produced to meet ASTM specifica- 
tions, or other applicable industry specifications. 

For additional information, call your nearest warehouse 
sales office. 



1 156 







1 






STAINLESS STEEL 




SEAIVILESS PIPE 
TYPES 304 and 304L 
TYPES 316 and 316L 


Schedule 10 

Cold Drawn, Annealed 
and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 


IPS 
(in inches) 


O.D. 
(in inches) 


I.D. 
(in inches) 


Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 


.405 


.307 


.049 


.1863 


% 


.540 


.410 


.065 


.3297 


% 


.675 


.545 


.065 


.4235 


% 


.840 


.674 


.083 


.6710 


% 


1.050 


.884 


.083 


.857 


1 


1.315 


1.097 


.109 


1.404 


IV. 


1.660 


1.442 


.109 


1.806 


IV, 


.1.90 


1.682 


.109 


2.085 


2 


2.375 


2.157 


.109 


2.638 


2'4 


2.875 


2.635 


.120 


3.531 


3 


3.500 


3.26 


.120 


4.332 


3i 


4.00 


3.76 


.120 


4.973 


4 


4.50 


4.26 


.120 


5.Q13 



SEAMLESS PIPE 
TYPES 304 and 304L 
TYPES 316 and 316L 



IPS 

(in inches) 



O.D. 

(in inches) 



Standard Weight, Schedule 40 

Cold Drown, Annealed, 
and Pickled 

20 Foot Random Lengths 



I.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Vs 
V4 
% 
\ 

1 

1V, 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 
8 



.405 
,540 
.675 
.840 
1.05 
1.315 
1.66 
1.90 
2.375 
2.875 
3.50 
4.00 
4.50 
5.563 
6.625 
8.625 



.269 


.068 


.364 


.088 


.493 


.091 


.622 


.109 


.824 


.113 


1.049 


.133 


1.3B 


.140 


1.61 


.145 


2.067 


.154 


2.469 


.203 


3.068 


.216 


3.548 


.226 


4.026 


.237 


5.047 


.258 


6.065 


.280 


7.981 


.322 



.245 
.425 
.568 
.851 
1.13 
1.68 
2.27 
2.72 
3.65 
5.79 
7.58 
9.11 
10.79 
14.62 
18.97 
28.55 




iCom- 

nusually 
Dks and 



0) 

I 
m 
m 

H 



Ckel and 
lese are 
3ome of 
xt page. 1 

a prob" 1 

alloys, 1 

1 of our "■ 

3 office. L, "'1 

) you. 1^^^ 


^ D 


C 



157 



^ 



STAINLESS STEEL 



SEAMLESS PIPE 
TYPES 304 and 304L 
TYPES 316 and 316L 



Extra Heavy, Schedule 80 

Cold Drown, Annoolod, 
and Pickled 

20 Foot tondom LongtKs 



IPS 

(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



I.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall Thicltness 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



I 



V4 


.540 


.302 


.119 


.535 


% 


.675 


.423 


.126 


.739 


V, 


.840 


.546 


.147 


1.09 


% 


1.05 


.742 


.154 


1.47 


1 


1.315 


.957 


.179 


2.17 


1% 


1.66 


1.278 


.191 


3.00 


1V, 


1.90 


1.50 


.200 


3.63 


2 


2.375 


1.939 


.218 


5.02 


2% 


2.875 


2.323 


.276 


7.66 


3 


3.50 


2.90 


.300 


10.25 


3'^ 


4.00 


3.364 


.318 


12.51 


4 


4.50 


3.826 


.337 


14.98 



WELDED PIPE 
TYPES 304 and 304L 
TYPES 316 and 316L 



IPS 
(in inches) 



O.D. 

(in inches) 



Schedule 5 

Annealed and Pickled 
20 foot Random Lengths 



I.D. 

(in inches) 



Wall Thicl(ness 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V, 


.840 


.710 


.065 


.538 


% 


1.050 


.920 


.065 


.683 


1 


1.315 


1.185 


.065 


.867 


1V4 


1.660 


1.530 


.065 


1.107 


IV, 


1.900 


1.770 


.065 


1.274 


2 


2.375 


2.245 


.065 


1.604 


2% 


2.875 


2.709 


.083 


2.475 


3 


3.500 


3.334 


.083 


3.029 


3-/2 


4.000 


3.834 


.083 


3,472 


4 


4.500 


4.334 


.083 


3.195 


5 


5.563 


5.345 


.109 


6.349 


6 


6.625 


6.407 


.109 


7.585 


8 


8.625 


8.407 


.109 


9.914 


10 


10.750 


10.482 


.134 


15.190 


12 


12.750 


12.438 


.156 


20.980 



158 






STAINLESS STEEL 



WELDED PIPE 




Sch 


edule TO 




TYPES 304 and 304L 




Annealed and Pickled 


TYPES 316 and 316L 




20 Foot Random Lengths 


IPS 
(in inches) 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


I.D. 
(in inches) 


Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


v. 


.405 


.307 


.049 


.1863 


'4 


.540 


.410 


.065 


.3297 


% 


.675 


.545 


.065 


.4235 


i 


.840 


.674 


.083 


.6710 


4 


1.050 


.884 


.083 


.8572 


\ 


1.315 


1.097 


.109 


1.404 


11 


1.660 


1.442 


.109 


1.806 


U 


1.900 


1.682 


.109 


2,085 


2 


2.375 


2.157 


.109 


2.638 


2i 


2.875 


2.635 


.120 


3.531 


3 


3.500 


3.260 


.120 


4.332 


3i 


4.000 


3.760 


.120 


4.973 


4 


- 4.500 


4.260 


.120 


5.513 


5 


5.563 


5.295 


.134 


7.759 


6 


6.625 


6.357 


.134 


9.289 


8 


8.625 


8.329 


.148 13.40 


10 


10.750 


10.420 


.165 18.65 


12 


12.750 


12.390 


.180 24.17 



WELDED PIPE 
TYPES 304 and 304L 
TYPES 316 and 316L 



Schedule 40 
Annealed and Pickled 
20 Foot Random Lengths 




IPS 


O.D. 


I.D. 


Wall Thickness 


Pounds per 


p-p- 1 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


If 


% 


.405 


.269 


.068 


.2447 


4 


.540 


.364 


.088 


.4248 


''I 


V. 


.675 


.493 


.091 


.5676 


1 


'4 


.840 


.522 


.109 


.8510 


m 


3/ 
'4 


1.050 


.824 


.113 


1.131 


^ 


1 


1.315 


1.049 


.133 


1.679 


m 


1'4 


1.660 


1.380 


.140 


2.273 


■kel Com- 


i'4 

2 

2V, 


1.900 
2.375 
2.875 


1.610 
2.067 
2.469 


.145 
.154 
.203 


2.718 
3.653 
5.793 


n unusually 

books and 

I nickel and 

these are 


3 


3.500 


3.068 


.216 


7.576 


?. Some of 


3% 


4.000 


3.548 


.226 


9.109 


^ext page. 


4 
5 

6 


4.500 
5.563 
6.625 


4.026 
5.047 
6.065 


.237 1 
.258 1 
2.80 1 


D.79 
4.62 
8.97 


B^ a prob- 
cel alloys, 
tion of our 


8 


8.625 


7.981 


.322 2 


8.55 


ales office. L 


10 


10.750 


10.020 


.365 4 


0.48 


lelp you. P 


12 


12.750 


12.000 


.375 A 


9.56 


B 1 



159 



r 



r 



STAINLESS STEEL 



WELDED PIPE 
TYPES 304 and 304L 
TYPES 316and316L 



IPS 

(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Schedule 80 
Annealed and Pickled 
20 Foot Random Lengths 



I.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall Thickness 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2V2 


2.875 


2.323 


.276 


7.66 


3 


3.500 


2.900 


.300 


10.25 


3V, 


4.000 


3.364 


.318 


12.50 


4 


4.500 


3.826 


.337 


14.98 


5 


5.563 


4.813 


.375 


20.78 


6 


6.625 


5.761 


.432 


28.57 


8 


8.625 


7.625 


.500 


43.39 


10 


10.750 


9.750 


.500 


54.74 


12 


12.750 


11.750 


.500 


65.42 



TYPICAL LADLE 
ANALYSIS - 
WELDED STAINLESS 
TUBING AND PIPE 



Type No. Carbon (*) Chromium 



Analyses Chart (Per Cent) 



Nickel 



Other Elements 



302 


.15 


17-19 


8-10 




304 


.08 


18-20 


8-12 




304L 


.03 


18-20 


8-12 




305 


.12 


17-19 


10-13 




309 


.20 


22-24 


12-15 




309S 


.08 


22-24 


12-15 




309SCB 


.08 


22-24 


12-15 


CB 10 X C MINIMUM 
1 MAXIMUM 


310 


.25 


24-26 


19-22 


- 


310S 


.08 


24-26 


19-22 




316 


.08 


T6-18 


tO-14 


MO 2-3 


316L 


.03 


16-18 


10-14 


MO 2-3 


317 


.08 


18-20 


11-15 


MO 3-4 


321 


.08 


17-19 


9-12 


Tl 5 X C MINIMUM 


321 H 


.04-. 10 


17-19 


9-12 


Tl 5 X C MINIMUM 


329 


.20 


23-28 


21/2- 5 


MO 1-2 


330 


.15 


14-16 


33-36 




347 


.08 


17-19 


9-13 


CB-TA 10 X C MINIMUM 


348 


.08 


17-19 


9-13 


CB-TA 10 X C MINIMUM 
TA .10 MAXIMUM 


430 


.12 


14-18 






442 


.20 


18-23 






443 


.20 


18-23 




CU .9-1.25 



(*) Maximum - unless otherwise indicated. 

Note: Practically all welded stainless tubing specifications carry silicon, 
manganese, sulphur, and phosphorus requirements in addition to the 
elements shown. Consult the individual specification for specific 
requirements. 



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STAINLESS STEEL 



TYPICAL MECHANICAL 
PROPERTIES - 
ANNEALED WELDED 
STAINLESS TUBING 
AND PIPE 



Type 
No. 



Tensile 
Strength (psii 



Yield 
Strength (psi) 



Elongation 

2" (7,) 



Rockwell 
Hardness "B" 



302 


85,000 


35.000 


50 


85 


304 


85,000 


35.000 


50 


80 


304L 


80,000 


30,000 


55 


75 


305 


90,000 


45,000 


55 


80 


309 


95,000 


40,000 


45 


85 


309S 


95.000 


40,000 


45 


85 


309SCB 


90,000 


40,000 


45 


85 


310 


- 95,000 


40.000 


45 


90 


BIOS 


95,000 


40,000 


45 


90 


316 


85,000 


35.000 


50 


85 


31 6L 


80,000 


30.000 


50 


75 


317 


85,000 


35,000 


50 


85 


321 


85,000 


35,000 


50 


80 


321H 


85,000 


35.000 


50 


80 


329 


105.000 


80,000 


25 


100 


330 


95,000 


60,000 


25 


90 


347 


85,000 


35,000 


45 


85 


348 


85,000 


35,000 


45 


85 


430 


75.000 


40.000 


25 


80 


442 


80.000 


40.000 


25 


85 


443 


85,000 


45.000 


20 


85 



Note: It should be noted that tubing .625' 
elongation than shown in the table. 



and under has lesser percent 





Cold Drawn 


SEAMLESS HYDRAULIC 


AlSr 1010, Dead Soft, 


STEEL TUBING 


Pressure Tested to 1000 P.S.I, 
JIC Specification 




1 7 to 24 Foot Random Lengths 


O.D. 


Wall Thickness 


Nominal 
I.D. 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


B.W.G. 


Dec. Inch 


Lineal Foot 



\ 


22 


.028 


.069 


.0290 


3 ' 
16 


22* 


.028 


.131 


.0478 




20 


.035 


.117 


.0572 


V 

4 


20* 


.035 


.180 


.0804 




18* 


.049 


.152 


. 1052 




16 


.065 


. 120 


.1284 


5/ 
16 


20 


.035 


.242 


.1039 




18 


.049 


.214 


.1382 




16 


.065 


.182 
Confmued on 


.1722 
nexf page 




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nusually 
•oks and 
ckel and 
hese are 
Some of 
lext page. 



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alloys, 
m of our 
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Ip you. 



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' 


Cold Drawn 




AISI 1010, Dead Soft, 


SEAMLESS HYDRAULIC 


Bright Finish, Annealed 


STEEL TUBING 


Pressure Tested to 1000 P.S.I. 




JIC Specification 


(Continued) 


17 to 24 Foot Random Lengths 


O.D. 


Wall Thickness 


Nominal 
I.D. 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


B.W.G. Dec. Inch 


Lineal Foot 



■-> T. 



^ 



\ 


20* 


.035 


.305 


.1271 




18* 


.049 


.277 


.1706 




17 


.058 


.259 


.1964 




16* 


.065 


.245 


.2152 


\ 


20* 


.035 


.430 


.1738 




18* 


.049 


.402 


.2360 




16* 


.065 


.370 


.3020 


-■< 


15 


.072 


.356 


.3291 


■•••• 


14 


.083 


.334 


.3696 




11 


.120 


.260 


.4870 


% 


20* 


.035 


.555 ' 


.2205 




18* 


.049 


.527 


.3014 


'' 


16* 


.065 


.495 


.3888 




14* 


.083 


.459 


.4805 


\ 


18* 


.049 


.652 


.3668 




16* 


.065 


.620 


.4755 




14 


.083 


.584 


.5913 




13 


.095 


.560 


.6646 


- % ■ 


16* 


.065 


.745 


.5623 


1 


.18 


.049 


.902 


.4977 




16* 


.065 


.870 


.6491 




14 


.083 


.834 


.8129 




13 


.095 


.810 


.9182 




12 


. 109 


.782 


1.037 


1'4 


11 


.120 


1.010 


1.448 



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TO KNOW ABOUT THE 



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The International Nickel Com- | 
pany has prepared an unusually ' 
complete library of books and 
technical bulletins on nickel and 
nickel alloys. All of these are 
yours for the asking. Some of 
them are listed on the next page. 

The next time you have a prob- 
lem concerning nickel alloys, 
bring it to the attention of our 
nearest warehouse sales office. 
We will be happy to help you. 



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STEEL TUI 

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* Stocked 



Angles 189, 190 

Banding Strip— Monef 168 

Boat Shafting ...175 

Bolts — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Conversion Factors 187 

Data Section ...316-333 

Fastenings — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Fittings — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Foundry Products 197-204 

Nuts — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Pipe 193-196 

Plate 168,170-172 

Billing Weigtits .166,167 

Clad Plate 224-227 

Clad formed heads. 228 

Rod 173-189 

Screws — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Sheet 164-172 

Strapping Seals 168 

Tubing 191,192 

Washers — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Weight Table 163 

Welding Rod - See Welding 
and Brazing Section 

Wire- Monel 190,191 

Wire Cloth — See Industrial 
Products Section 

Wire Rope — See Industrial 
Products Section 



Stocks change from time to 
time. If the material you want 
is not listed here, call or write 
the warehouse sales office 
nearest you for additional 
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MONEL 
NICKEI 



LITERATURE ON THE 
INCO ALLOYS 

The International Nickel 
Company pubHshes hundreds 
of booklets and pamphlets on 
nickel and nickel alloys. All 
are available to you, free. 
Just a few of these are listed 
below. Call or write our ware- 
house sales office nearest you 
and ask for the literature you 
need. 

Engineering Properties of 
Monel and "R'' Mone! 

Engineering Properties 
of Inconel 

Engineering Properties of "K" 
Monel and '"KR" Monel 

Engineering Properties 
of Nickel 

Machining High Nickel Alloys 

Fabrication and Design of Inco 
Nickel and High-Nickel 
Alloy Pipe and Tube 

Drawing, Shearing and 
Perforating Monel, 
Nickel and Inconel 

Annealing Nickel, Monel 
and Inconel 

Finishing NickeH Monel, Inconel 

Resistance Welding of Nickel 
and High-Nickel Alloys 

Brazing and Soldering Nickel 
and High-Nickel Alloys 

Age Hardening Hi^h 
Nickel Alloys 

Inconel "X" Age-Hardenable 
Nickel-Chromium Alloy 

When Metals Go to Sea 

TELEPHONES OF OFFICES AND 
WAREHOUSES STOCKING 
NICKEL AND NICKEL ALLOYS 

New York, New York 

worth 4-2800 

Carteret, N. J. . .YOrktown 9-2000 
Cambridge, Mass. 

TRowbridge 6-4680 

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Baltimore, Md Windsor 4-2000 

Buffalo, N. Y TRiangle 6-3100 

Syracuse, N. Y. . .HOward 3-6241 
Windsor, Conn, .'phone 688-4921 
Rochester, N. Y BUtler 8-2141 



MONEL - NICKEL 

Weigh! per Square Foot for 
Monel* Plate. Sheet and Strip 



u.s.s. 


Thickness 


Weight per 


U.S.S. 


Tliickness 


Weight per 


Gauge 


(in incties) 


Square Foot 


Gauge 


(in inches) 


Square Foot 


— 


.500 


22.97 


14 


.078 


3.58 


— 


.375 


17.23 


15 


.070 


3.22 


3 


.250 


11.48 


16 


.062 


2.85 


4 


.234 


10.7 


17 


.056 


2.57 


5 


.218 


10.0 


18 


,050 


2.30 


6 


.203 


9.33 


19 


.043 


1.98 


7 


.J 87 


8.59 


20 


.037 


1.70 


8 


.171 


7.86 


21 


.034 


1.56 


9 


.156 


7.17 


22 


.031 


1.42 


10 


.140 


6.43 


23 


.028 


1.29 


11 


.125 


5.74 


24 


.025 


1.15 


12 


.109 


5.01 


25 


.021 


.965 


13 


.093 


4.27 


26 


.018 


.827 



*The table shown above is for Monel. To obtain approximate theoretical 
weight for a desired alloy, multiply the Monel weight shown in this table by 
the conversion factor listed below. 



Alloy 


Conversion 
Factor 


New Designation 


Old Designation 




MONEL alloy 400 


MONEL 


1.00 


MONEL alloy R-405 


"R" MONEL 


1.00 


MONEL alloy 403 


MONEL "403" 


1.003 


MONEL alloy K-500 


"K" MONEL 


.956 


MONEL alloy 501 


"KR" MONEL 


.956 


NICKEL 200 


•A" NICKEL 


1.006 


DURANICKEL alloy 301 


DURANICKEL 


.934 


INCONEL alloy 600 


INCONEL 


.953 


INCONEL alloy X-750 


INCONEL "X" 


.934 


INCOLOY alloy 800 


INCOLOY 


.909 


NI-O-NEL alloy 825 


Nl-O-NEL 


.922 



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MONEL-NICKEL 


MONEL SHEET 








1 


New Designation: 




Hot Rolled, Annealed, 
ond Pickled 




MONEL alloy 400 










Thicli. 

ness 

in 

inches 


u.s.s. 

Ga. 


Size 

in 

inches 


Pounds 

per 

Sheet 


Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 


U.S.S. 
Ga. 


Size 

in 

inches 


Pounds 

per 

Sheet 


.250 3 


36X 96 


276.0 


.062 16 


36 X 96 


68.4 




36X120 


345.0 




36X120 


85.5 




48X120 


460.0 




48X 96 


91.2 


.187 7 


36 X 96 


206.16 




48X120 


114.0 




36X120 


257.7 


.050 18 


30X 96 


46.0 




48X120 


343.6 




36X 96 


55.2 


.156 9 


36X120 


215.1 




36X120 


69.0 




48X120 


286.8 




48X 96 


73.6 


,140 10 


36X 96 


154.3 




48X120 


92.0 




36X120 


192.9 


.037 20 


36X 72 


30.2 




48X 96 


205.8 




36X 96 


40.8 




48X120 


257.2 




36X120 


51.0 


.125 11 


36X 96 


137.8 




48X 84 


47.6 




36X120 


172.2 




48X 96 


54.4 




48X120 


229.6 




48X120 


68.0 


.109 12 


36X 96 


120.2 


.031 22 


36X 96 


34.1 




36X120 


150.3 




36X120 


42.6 




48X 96 


160.3 




48X 96 


45.4 




48X120 


200.4 




48XJ20 


56.8 


.093 13 


36 X 96 


102.48 


.025 24 


24 X 96 


18.4 




36X120 


128.1 




36X 96 


27.6 




48X120 


170.8 




36X120 


34.5 


.078 14 


30X 96 


71.6 


.021 25 


24 X 96 


15.44 




30X120 


89.5 




30X120 


24.13 




36 X 96 


85.92 




36X 96 


23.16 




36X120 


107.4 


.018 26 


36X 96 


19.85 




42X120 


125.3 










48X 96 


114.6 










48X120 


143.2 









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MONEL-NICKEL 



MONEL ROOFING SHEET 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 



Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 



U.S.S. 
Ga. 



Size 

in 

inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.031 



.025 



22 



24 



24 X 96 


22.78 


30X 96 


28.48 


36X 96 


34.18 


24 X 96 


18.37 


30X 96 


22.96 


36X 96 


27.6 


36X120 


34.5 



MONEL SHEET 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 



Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 



U.S.S. 
Ga. 



Size 

in 

inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.250 



.187 



.156 



.140 



.125 



10 



11 



36 X 72 
36 X 96 
36X120 
48X120 
36 X 72 
36 X 96 
36X120 
48 X 96 
48X120 
36X 96 
48X120 
36X 96 
36X120 
48X120 
24X 96 
30X 96 
36X 96 



206.64 
276.0 
345.0 
460.0 
154.62 
206.2 
257.7 
274.88 
343.6 
171.98 
286.64 
154.3 
192.9 
257.24 
91.81 

114.84 

137.8 



Hot Rolled, Annealed and 
Pickled 



Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 



U.S.S. 
Ga. 



Size 

in 

inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.021 25 



.018 



26 



24 X 96 
30X 96 
36X 96 
36X120 
24 X 96 
30X 96 
36X 96 



15.44 
19.30 
23.16 
28.95 
13.23 
16.54 
19.85 



Cold Rolled, Annealed 



Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 



U.S.S. 
Ga. 



Size 

in 

inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



125 



,109 



12 






.093 



078 



13 



14 



36 X 120 
48X 96 
48X120 
48X 144 
BOX 96 
36X 96 
36 X 120 
48X 96 
48 X 120 
48X144 
30X 96 
36X 96 
48 X 120 
48X 144 
30X 96 
36X 96 
36X 120 



172.2 
183.74 
229.6 
257.62 
100.14 
120.24 
150.30 
160.32 
200.4 
240.34 
85.44 
102.48 
170.80 
205.05 
7li66 
85.92 
107.40 



Continued on next page 



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MONEL-NICKEL 



MONEL SHEET 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 
(Continued) 



Yl 



SEAMLES! 
STEEL TU! 

(Continu 



Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 



U.S.S. 
Ga. 



Size 

in 
inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.078 



.062 



.050 



14 



16 



18 



.043 



.037 



19 



20 



42X120 
48X120 
48X144 
48X188 
30X 96 
36X 96 
36X120 
48X 120 
48X144 
SOX 96 
30X120 
36X 96 
36X 120 
42X120 
48X120 
48X144 
30X 96 
36X 96 
48X120 
24X 96 
BOX 72 
30X 96 



125.30 

143.2 

171.98 

224.4 

56.96 

68.40 

85.5 

114.0 

136.70 

45.94 

57.43 

55.20 

69.0 

80.50 

91.88 

110.26 

39.50 

47.30 

79.00 

27.20 

25.50 

34.00 



Cold Rolled, Annealed 



Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 



U.S.S. 
Ga. 



Size 

in 

inches 



Pounds 

[ler 

Sheet 



.037 20 



.031 



22 



BILLING WEIGHTS 
INCO ALLOY PLATES 



^-/■K 



Decimal 
Thickness 



Thickness 
(Inches) 



Pounds Per 
Square Foot 



1^-4 



Stock 



.1875 

.2500 

.3125 

. .3750 



9.216 
12.173 
15.216 
18.087 



162 



.025 



.021 



.018 



24 



25 



26 



36X 96 
36X120 
48X120 
48X144 
24X 96 
30X 96 
36X 96 
36X120 
48X 96 
48X120 
24X 96 
30X 96 
36X 96 
36X120 
42X120 
24 X 96 
BOX 96 
36,X 96 
36X120 
36X 96 
36X120 



40.80 

51.00 

68.00 

81.60 

22.78 

28.48 

34.08 

42.6 

45.57 

56.96 

18.37 

22.96 

27.6 

34.44 

40.18 

15.44 

19.3 

23.16 

28.95 

19.85 

24.81 



Hot Roiled — thru 96" widths. 
Monei ailoy 400 used as basic 
weight. See conversion 
factors for other Inco alloys. 



Decimal 
Thickness 



Thickness 
(Inches) 



Pounds Per 
Square Foot 



.4375 
.5000 

.5625 
.6250 






21.102 
23.887 
26.873 
29.858 



Confinued on next page 



166 



MONEL-NICKEL 



BILLING WEIGHTS (Con't.) 
INCO ALLOY PLATES 



Decimal 
Thickness 



Thickness 
(Inches) 



Pounds Per 
Square Foot 



.6875 

.7500 

.8125 

.8750 

.9375 

1.0000 

1.1250 

1.2500 

1.3750 

1.500 

1.625 

1.750 

1.875 






1% 
1V« 



32.844 
35.830 
38.816 
41.802 
44.788 
47.314 
53.228 
59.143 
65.057 
70.971 
76.885 
82.800 
88.714 



Hot Rolled — thru 96'' widths 



Decimal 
Thickness 



Thickness 
(Inches) 



Pounds Per 
Square Foot 



CONVERSION FACTORS 



2.000 
2.125 
2.250 
2.375 
2.500 
2.625 
2. 750 
2.875 
3.000 
3.250 
3.500 
3.750 
4,000 



2 

2V8 

2V4 
2% 
2Va 
2V8 

2% 

2\ 
3 

3'/4 

ay, 
3V4 

4 



93.709 
99.566 
105.423 
111.280 
117.137 
122.994 
128.851 
134.707 
140.564 
152.278 
163.992 
175.705 
187.419 



Inco Alloy Plates — Hot Rolled 



Alloy 


Conversion 
Factor 


Alloy 


Conversion 
Factor 


NICKEL 200 


1.006 


MONEL ALLOY 404 


1.003 


NICKEL 201 


1.006 


MONEL ALLOY K-500 


0.956 


NICKEL 205 


1.006 


INCONEL ALLOY 600 


0.953 


NICKEL 233 


1.006 


INCOLOY ALLOY 800 


0.909 


MONEL ALLOY 400 


1.000 


INCOLOY ALLOY 801 


0.900 


MONEL ALLOY 402 


1.000 


INCOLOY ALLOY 804 


0.897 


MONEL ALLOY 403 


1.003 


NI-O-NEL ALLOY 825 


0.922 



Billing weights for plate widths over 96*' are invoiced at 
the actual shippirrg weight. 

For thicknesses other than those shown, data will 
befirnished upon inquiry. 

When calculating square footage, use three figures be- 
yond decimal. Adiust billing weights to nearest full 
pounds. 

EXAMPLE: Inconel Alloy 600 plate 

15 pes. - 1.750" X 37.500" X 96.750 

37.500 X 96.750 -^ 144= 25.195 X 82.800 X 15 Pes X .953 = 29821 

width length sq. ft. Ibs./si|. ft. 



conversion factor lbs. billing weight 



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MONEL 


-NICKEL 


MONEL PLATE 










New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 




Hot Roiled 




Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 


u.s.s. 

Ga. 


Size 

In 

inches 


Pounds 
per 
Plate 


Thlcl(- 

ness 

in 

inches 


U.S.S. 
Ga. 


Size 

in 
inches 


Pounds 

per 

Plate 


.187 


7 


48 X 120 


368.6 


.500 


7/0 48X144 


1146.6 






72 X 180 


829.4 




60 X 120 


1194.4 


.250 


3 


36X 96 


292.2 




72X180 


2149.8 






72X180 


1095.6 


.750 


48X120 


1433.2 


.375 


3/0 


36X 96 


434.1 




48X144 


1719.8 






36X120 


542.6 


1.000 


48X 48 


757.0 






48X120 


* 723.5 




48X 96 


1514.0 






48X144 


868.2 




48X120 


1892.6 


.500 


7/0 


72X180 
36X120 

48X120 


1627.8 
716.6 

* 955.5 


1.250 


48X 48 
48X 96 


946.3 
1892.6 










*Annealed & Descaled 




MONEL BANDING STRIP | 








New Designation: 




Cold Rolled in Coils 




MONEL alloy 400 













Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 

(Ln inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


.01 5 X 1/2 .0302 
.015x3/4 .0454 


.020 X V2 
.020 X 3/4 


.0382 
.0574 


.020 X 1 Vg 
.020x6 


.0860 
.4590 




- 




MONEL STRAPPING 
SEALS 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 





* Stockc 



Monel Strapping seals are available in the following sizes: Vz t ^s/is 
(#12), 3/4 xVA 



162 



168 



MONEL-NICKEL 



"A" NICKEL SHEET 

New Designation: 

NICKEL 200 




.187 



.140 
.125 



.093 



.078 



.062 



10 
11 



13 . 



14 



16 



36X 96 


207.4 


48X120 


345.6 


38X120 


194.1 


36 X 96 


138.7 


48X120 


231.2 


36 X 96 


103.1 


48X120 


172.0 


36X 96 


86.5 


48X120 


144.4 


36X 96 


68.9 


36X120 


86.1 


48X120 


114.8 



"A" NICKEL SHEET 

Mew Designation: 

NICKEL 200 



Cold Rolled, Annoalod 




.050 



.037 



.031 



.025 



.021 
.018 



18 



20 



22 



24 



25 
26 



36X 96 


55.4 


36X120 


69.3 


48X120 


92.4 


36 X 96 


44.0 


48X120 


68.4 


36X 96 


34.4 


36X120 


42.9 


36X 96 


27.7 


48X 96 


36.9 


36X 96 


23,3 


36 X 96 


19.9 



Hot Rolled, Annealed, 
and Pickled 



Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 


u.s.s. 

Ga. 


Size 

in 

inches 


Pounds 

per 

Sheet 


Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 


u;s.s. 

Ga. 


Size 

in 

inches 


Pounds 

per 

Sheet 


.250 3 


36X12( 


) 348.0 


.125 


11 


36X120 


173.4 




48X12( 


) 464.4 






48X120 


231.2 


.187 7 


36 X 9( 


5 207.4 


.109 


12 


48X120 


201.6 




48X12 


3 345.6 


.078 


14 


48 X 120 


144.4 


. 1 40 10 


36X12( 


D 194.1 


.062 


16 


36X120 


86.1 




48X12 


258.8 






48X120 


114.8 



M 


TUBING 


* 1 


m 



169 



1 


1 




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MONEL-NICKEL 



"A" NICKEL PLATE 

New Designation: 

NICKEL 200 



.187 


7 


72X180 


834 


.250 


3 


60X144 


735 






72X180 


1102 


.313 


1/0 


48X144 


735 


.375 


3/0 


48X144 


873 






60 X 1 44 


1092 






72 X 180 


1638 


,500 


7/0 


48 X 144 


1153 






60X120 


1202 



Hot Rolled 




Pounds 
per 
Plate 



.500 

.750 



1.000 



1.250 



7/0 



72X180 


2163 


48 X 120 


1442 


48X144 


1730 


48X 48 


762 


48X 96 


1524 


48 X 120 


1904 


48X 48 


952 


48X 96 


1904 



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% 



;»*'/i. 



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t-: 



INCONEL SHEET 

New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy 600 



Thick- 
ness 
in 
inches 



U.S.S. 
Ga. 



Size 

in 

inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



Cold RoKed, Annealed 



Thicl^- 

ness 

In 

Inches 



U.S.Sj 
Ga 



Size 

In 

Inches 



Pounds 

per 

Sheet 



.250 


3 


48 X 120 


464.0 


.050 


18 


36 X 


96 


52.5 


.125 


11 


36X 96 


131.3 


.043 


19 


36 X 


96 


45.2 






48 X 120 


221.2 


.037 


20 


36 X 


96 


38.9 


.093 


13 


36X 96 


97.7 


.031 


22 


36 X 


96 


32.6 






48 X 120 


164.4 


.025 


24 


36 X 


96 


26.3 


.078 


14 


36X 96 


81.9 


.021 


25 


36 X 


96 


22.1 


.062 


16 


36 X 96 
48X120 


65.1 

109.6 


.018 


26 


36 X 


96 


18.9 



162 



170 



MONEL-NICKEL 



INCONEL SHEET 
AND PLATE 

New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy 600 




1.000 



.750 



.625 



.500 7/0 



.375 3/0 



.1875 
.250 



1/0 
3 



48X 96 


1443 


48X120 


1804 


- 48X120 


1366 


48X144 


1639 


48X120 


1138 


48X144 


1366 


60X120 


1423 


48X120 


911 


48X144 


1093 


60X120 


1138 


72X144 


1639 


48X 120 


689 


48X144 


828 


60X144 


1034 


48X120 


480 


36X 96 


278 


48X120 


464 


"X" SHEET 

nation: 



Hot Rolled, AnneaUd, 
and Pickled 




INCONEL 

New'Design 

INCONEL alloy X-750 



.187 

.156 
.140 
.125 



.109 

.093 

.078 

.062 

.050 
.031 



9 
10 

11 



12 



13 



14 



16 



18 
22 



36X 96 
48X 120 
48 X 120 
48X120 
36X 96 
48X120 
48X144 
36 X 96 
48X120 
36X 96 
48X120 
36 X 96 
48X120 
36X 96 
48X120 
36 X 96 
36 X 96 



209 

351 

273.2 

247.6 

133.4 

221.2 

262.7 

114.5 

192.8 

97.7 
164.4 

81.9 
1-38.0 

65.1 
109.6 

53.0 

32.6 



Cold Rolled^ Annealed 
and Pickled 




.250 3 

.187 7 

.156 9 

.125 11 

.109 12 

.100 — 

.093 13 

.090 

.080 

.078 14 

.070 15 



36 X 96 


257.3 


36X120 


240.7 


36X 96 


160.6 


36X 96 


128.7 


36X120 


160.9 


36X 96 


112.2 


36X120 


128.7 


36X 96 


95.8 


36X120 


115.8 


36X120 


103.0 


36X 96 


80.3 


36X120 


90.1 



062 



.050 

.045 
.043 
.040 
.031 
.025 
.021 



18 

19 

22 

24 
25 



36X 96 


63.8 


36 X 108 


71.8 


36X120 


79.8 


36X 96 


51.5 


36X120 


64.4 


36X120 


58.0 


36X 96 


44.3 


36X120 


51.5 


36X 96 


31.9 


36X 96 


25.7 


36X 96 


21.6 



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MONEL-NICKEL 


INCOLOY SHEET 






New Designation: 


Hot Roiiod, Annealed, 




INCOLOY alloy 800 


and Pickled 




Thicli- 
ness 


U.S.S. 


Size 

in 

inches 


Pounds 


Thick- 
ness 


U.S.S. 


Size 


Pounds 


in 
inches 


Ga. 


Ijer 
Sheet 


in 

inches 


Ga. 


in 
inches 


per 
Sheet 


.250 3 36X120 312.0 


.093 13 48X120 


155.3 


48X120 416.0 


.078 14 36X120 


96.9 


.187 7 48X120 310.4 


48X120 


129.2 


.125 11 36X120 155.4 


.062 16 36X 96 


62.1 


48X120 207.2 


36X120 


77.1 


.109 12 36X120 135.6 


48X120 


103.5 


48X120 180.8 






INCOLOY PLATE 




f 


New Designation: 




1 


INCOLOY alloy 800 


Hot Rolied, Annealed 
ond Pickled 




Thick- 
ness 


U.S.S. 


Size 


Pounds 










in 
inches 


Ga. 


in 
nches 


per 
Plate 







.1875 




72X144 


603.2 


.3125 




72X144 


995.9 


.375 


3/0 


36X120 


466.0 






72X144 


1 183.8 



162 



172 



MONEL-NICKEL 



NI-O-NEL 



New Designation: 

NI-O-NEL alloy 825 



Ni-O-Nel is a nickel-base, corrosion-resisting alloy that is 
available jn the following mill forms : 

Hot rolled plate and rod 
Cold rolled sheet and strip 
Seamless pipe and tubing 
Extruded seamless tubing 
Cold drawn rod 

You can determine the weight per square foot of Ni~0-Nel by 
referring to the table on page 163. Additional technical infor- 
mation is given in the Data Section under the MONEL-NICKEL 
tab. 



MONEL ROUND ROD 






Hot Rolled 


New Designation: 


Special Bolt Tolerance 


MONEL alloy 400 


Random Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 1 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot | 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


\ .423 1 


1 3.01 


V, 1.17 1 


I'/a 3.81 


% 1.69 1 


\y, 4.70 







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MONEL-NICKEL 


i^^ 


i^SBI^ 


MONEL ROUND ROD 






New Designation: 


Hot Rolled 




MONEL alloy 400 


6 to 24 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


V^ .188 


1'/, 


3.81 


2V4 


22.7 


'/y6 .294 


1V,6 


4.24 


2\ 


24.9 


% .423 


1'/. 


5.68 


3 


27.1 


y,, -575 


1'/;. 


6.21 


3Vb 


29.4 


V2 .752 


1'/2 


6.75 


^% 


31.8 


'^6 .951 


IV, 


7.94 


3V, 


34.2 


% 1.17 


IV, 


9.21 


3V2 


36.8 


'M6 1.42 


1'/, 


10.6 


3% 


42.3 


% 1.69 


2 


12.0 


4 


48.1 


'^^6 1.98 


2'/8 


13.6 


4V8 


51.2 


Vs 2.30 


2'/4 


15.2 


4V4 


54.3 


''{, 2.64 


2V. 


17.0 


4Vz 


60.9 


1 3.01 










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MONEL ROUND ROD 






New Designation: 


Cold Drown - 




MONEL alloy 400 


6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in incfies) 


Lineal Foot 


(In Indies) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


^6 .0118 


% 


1.69 


1^^. 


7.34 


'4 .0262 


''{. 


,1.96 


1% 


7.94 


% .047 


\ 


2.30 


I'^l6 


8.56 


^/JA .106 


"^6 


2.64 


IV. 


9.21 


V32 .144 


1 


3.01 


1^^^. 


9.88 


y4 .188 


1'^. 


3.39 


1% 


10.6 


*46 .294 


iVe 


3.81 


2 


12.0 


Vb .423 


1'^6 


4.24 


2Ve 


13.6 


M. .575 


iv. 


4.70 


2% 


15.2 


Vi .752 


1=^6 


5.18 


2V8 


17.0 


'^* .951 


IV, 


5.68 


2'/, 


18.8 


% 1.17 


1'^. 


6.21 


2V4 


22.7 


"^6 1.42 


IV: 


6.76 


3 


27.1 



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NICKEL 






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1^^ 




MONEL ROUND ROD | 






'— 




Cold Drawn, 




New Designation: 




Precision StraigKtoned 


MONEL alloy 400 




10 to 26 Foot Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


— (in inches). 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


^ ♦ H .751 


*T V4 4.70 


*2 


12.0 


* Vi« -951 


IV16 5.18 


2Vl6 


12.8 


— * % 1.17 


*1 3/8 5.68 


2VlG 


14.4 


* "/i6 1.42 


IV16 6.21 


*2y4 


15.2 


«« * 3/4 • 1.69 


*1 1/2 6-76 


2% 


17.0 


* >Vi6 1-98 


lVi« 7.34 


2Vi6 


17.9 


"" * % 2.30 


*\% 7.94 


*2V2 


18.8 


* »Vi6 2.64 


nVi6 8.56 


*2 3/, 


22.7 


^^ *1 3.01 


*1 34 9.21 


*3 


27.1 


_ IV16 3-39 


1»Vi6 9-88 


*3V4 


31.8 


*1V« 3.81 


♦lyg 10.6 


*3i4 


36.8 


^ l^/is 4.24 


nVi« 11.3 


+4 


48.1 



*This is standard size for use as Monel boot shafting. To determine proper 
shaft diameter, see chart in Data Section under MONEL-NICKEL tab. 



MONEL ROUND ROD 


Cold Rolled 




New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 


QQN-281A, Amend. 1, Class A 

Stress Equalized Temper 

6 to 16 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Vs 


.047 


% 


1.69 


V. 


.752 


\ 


2.30 


'^u 


.951 


iVs 


5.68 


Va 


1.17 







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MONEL-NICKE 


i^^^ 


ft 


MONEL ROUND ROD 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 


Forged and Rough Turned 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


4% 57.5 


5Va 


79.1 


7% 152.5 


A% 60,9 


5% 


90.9 


8 192.0 


4V4 67.8 


6 


108.0 


SVa 198.5 


5 75.2 


6Vs 


112.5 




MONEL ROUND ROD 






Hot Rolled 


New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 


Forging Quality 
Random Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


l''^6 8.56 


3-/4 


31.8 


5 * 75.2 


1 % 10.6 


3%* 


36.8 


6 * 108.0 


2 12.0 


3Va 


39.5 


8 192.0 


2% 15.2 


4 


48.1 


10 301.0 


2V2 18.8 


4V8 


51.2 




2»/a 20,7 


4-/4 


54.3 





Also available as rough turned. 



162 



176 



MONEL-NICKEL 



"K" MONEL ROUND ROD 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy K-500 



Diameter 
(in irrches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 
% 
% 

1 

1% 



.718 
1.11 
J.61 
2.19 
2.87 
3.64 
4.49 



Cold Drawn 
Age Hardened 

6 to 1 6 Foot Random Lengths 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1% 

2 

2Vb 
2V4 



5.43 
6.46 
7.59 
8.80 
11.4 
13.0 
14.5 



' K" MONEL ROUND ROD 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy K-500 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2V, 
^% 

3 

3V. 



16.2 
17.9 
19.7 
21.7 
25.9 
28.1 
30.4 



Cold Drawn, Heat Treated, 
Precision Straightened 

6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 



Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lhieal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


* % 


.406 


1^^. 


4.07 


2Va 


13.0 


* 'U 


.551 


^\ 


4.51 


2^^. 


14.0 


% 


.720 


1^6 


4.97 


2V, 


14.6 


* '^6 


.912 


iVs 


5.45 


2Va 


16.3 


% 


1.12 


1^16 


5.96 


2V, 


18.0 


% 


1.62 


IV, 


6.48 


2Vs 


19.7 


\ 


2.21 


*1'U 


7.04 


2V, 


21.8 


15/ 
16 


2.53 


^% 


7.61 


3 


25.9 


1 


2.89 


1V4 


8.83 


3% 


28.1 


^'■\. 


3.25 


IVb 


10.2 


3^/4 


30.4 


iVe 


3.65 


2 


11.5 








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on straighter 


led — 6 and 


1 2 foot ran 


dom lengths. 



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"K" MONEL ROUND ROD 






Cold Drawn, Not Heat Treated 


New Designation: 




MONEL alloy K-500 


6 to 20 Foot Random Lengtlis 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineai Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


11/4 4.51 


IV2 


6.48 


ZVz 18.0 


18A« 4.97 


1% 


7.61 


23/4 21.8 


1% 5.45 


ly* 


8.83 


3 25.9 


l^Ae 5.96 


2 


11.5 


3V8 28.1 




2V4 


14.6 




' K ' MONEL ROUND ROD 


Hot Roiied 


New Designation: 


Age Hardened 


MONEL alloy K-500 


Random Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


% 1.11 


iVs 


7.59 


2% 19.7 


% 1.61 


1% 


8.80 


2% 21.7 


1 2.87 


1% 


10.1 


2% 23.8 


iVs 3,64 


2 


11.4 


3 25.9 


!»/ie 4.05 


2% 


13.0 


3% 28. 1 


1'/4 4.49 


2V, 


14.5 


4 45.9 


1% 5.43 


2% 


16.2 


AVs 48.9 


\% 6.46 


2% 


17.9 




'*K" MONEL ROUND ROD 


Forging Quaiity 




As Forged As Turned 


New Designation: 




MONEL alloy K-500 


Random Lengths 

i 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineai Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


4 45.9 


a 183.0 


6 103.0 


10 287.0 - 



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•NICKEL 




i^^ 




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"KR" MONEL ROUND ROdI 


Cold Drawn, Not Heat Treated 


New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 501 




Free Machining 

6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
lineal Foot 


Me .101 
V4 .180 
Vu .282 
% .406 
V16 - .551 
Vi .720 
% 1.12 


3/4 
% 

1 
IVs 

iy4 
1V16 


1.62 

2.21 
2.53 

2.89 
3.65 
4.51 
4.97 


lyg 5.45 

1 1/2 6.48 
IVs 7.61 

1 3/4 8.83 
17/t 10.2 
l»Vi« 10.8 

2 11.5 


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New Designation: 

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D ROD 
5 


Free Machining, Cold Drawn 
6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


^6 .0118 


'V32 


.849 


1 '^6 4.24 


V32 .0262 


y.. 


.951 


IV4 4,70 


% .047 


1'/ 


1.06 


\^/yt, 5.18 


V32 .0733 


.600 


1.08 


IVb 5.68 


'^6 .106 


Va- 


1.17 


1^« 6-21 


^V,, .124 


'M* 


1.42 


\% 6.76 


V32 .144 


"4 


1.55 


1'^. 7.34 


'V64 .167 


V4 


1.69 


iVa 7.94 


% .188 


"4 


1.84 


l^V/lfi 8.56 


''/^ .213 


''^* 


1.98 


1^4 9.21 


V32 -238 


^V32 


2.14 


Vy.t, 9.88 


^Vm .266 


Va 


2.30 


iVg 10.6 


'{s .293 


29/ 
/32 


2.47 


I'M* 11.3 


"/^ .385 


IS/ 


2.64 


2 12.0 


Va .423 


/32 


2.82 


ZV^ 13.6 


'V32 .496 


1 


3.01 


2^6 14.4 


"/64 .535 


1^^6 


3.39 


2y4 15.2 


^6 .575 


iVa 


3.81 


2Va 17.0 


'/2 .751 


1V32 


4.02 


2V2 18.8 




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"A" NICKEL ROUND ROD 


V 


New Deiignation: 


Cold Drawn 


NICKEL 200 


6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot ( 


Vb* .047 


% 1.18 


1 y^ 6.80 


V32* .073 


V4 1.70 


^% 9.27 ' 


'^6t .106 


Vs 2.31 


2 12.07 


V4 t .189 


1 3.03 


2\ 15.2 


M^t .295 


1% 4.73 


2V^ 18.9 


% t .425 


\% 5.71 


3 27.2 


% .76 







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New Designation: 


Rough Turned 
Forging Quality 




NICKEL 200 


2 to 13 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 
<(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


I"/;* 8.7 


2% 


20.8 


4'/. 


61.3 


iVg 10.7 


3 


27.2 


6 


108.6 


Z% 18.9 


4V4 


54.4 


8 


192.0 



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Hot Rolled 


New Designation: 1 

INCONEL alloy 600 1 


6 to 24 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) _ 


Pounds per 1 
Lineal Foot | 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


V4 

% 

Vz 

% 

V4 


.180 

.280 
.403 
.716 

1.12 

1.61 


1 
ly* 

2 


2.87 
4.48 
6.45 
8.77 
11.43 



INCONEL ROUND ROD 

New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy 600 



Hot Rolled, Annealed and Pickled 
6 to 16 Foot Random Lengths 



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Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


% 


.180 


iVa 


3.63 


'/.. 


.280 


IV, 


4.48 


% 


.403 


IV. 


6,45 




.548 
.716 
1.12 


2 


7.57 
8.77 
11.43 


% 


1.61 


2'/^ 


17,95 


1 


2.20 
2.87 


3 


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INCONEL ROUND ROD 


Hot Rolled 


New Designation: 


Forging Quality 


INCONEL afloy 60d 


Random Lengths 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


Diameter 


Pounds per 


' ([nineties) 


Lineal Foot 


(In inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in Inches) 


Lineal Foot 


>V., 1.35 


l'/j* 6.44 


2>/i 2D.72 


Vt 2.19 


l'M6* 8.16 


AV^ 54.0 


% 1.63 


IV4* 8.77 


6 108.0 


1 2.86 


1%* 10,10 


8.75 219.0 


\y^ 4.47 


2%* 16.20 


10.7 344.0 



* Turned Finish 










INCONEL ROUND ROD 


Cold Drawn 




New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy 600 


6 to 16 Foot Random 
Lengths 


Diameter 
(in Inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(In Inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in Inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


V4 .179 


% 


1.61 


l'/s 


3.63 


% .403 


''/u 


188 


1% 


4.47 


'^4 .547 


% 


2.19 


2 • 


11.4 


% .716 


15/ 

^16 


2.51 


2'/4 


14.1 


% 1.11 


1 


2.86 


2'/^ 


17.9 




Hot Rolled 




INCONEL 'T' ROUND ROD 


Machining Quality 




New Designation: 


Equalized Temper 




INCONEL alloy X-750 


Random Lengths 




Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


%* 1.57 


1% 


5.30 


3Va 


36.8 


Vg* 2.14 


1% 


9.90 


4'^ 


50.7 


1 2.81 


2V4 


14.1 


4% 


60.1 


\% 3.55 


2'/, 


17.5 

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INCONEL "X" ROUND ROD 

New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy X-750 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
per Foot 



U 



Ground Finish .702 

1.57 

Rough Turned 2.81 

4.38 



INCONEL "X ' 
ROUND ROD 

New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy X-750 



Hot Roiled 

Machining Quality 
As Rolled Temper 

Random Lengths 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds 
per Foot 



2| 

3 

4^ 



Rough Turned 



Rough Turned 
Forging quality 



17.5 
25.3 
56.8 



: 



Hot Finished 
Machining Quality 
Fully Heat Treated 
Random Lengths 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



'^^,6 Ground Finish 1.85 

2% Turned Finish 23.26 

SVa Turned Finish 29.70 



INCONEL "X" 






ROUND ROD 




Hot Finished 




New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy X-750 


Forging Quality 
Random Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Ground Finish 




Turned Finish 




. V, 


1.58 


1% 


9.90 


V. 


2.15 


2% 


12.70 


1'^. 


3.96 


2% 


21.40 


IV. 


5.32 


3V4 


39.51 


IV: 


6.31 











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INCONEL "X" ROUND 
FORGING ROD 


As Forged 
Rough Turned 


p- 


New Designation: 


Random Lengths 




INCONEL alloy X-750 




^ 


Diameter 
(in inclies) 


Pounds per 1 
Lineal Foot 1 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per ■■ 
' Lineal Foot 


^4 1-57 


2% 


12.70 ^ 


".^6 1.85 


2% 


21.20 p. 


% 2.15 


2% 


23.26 


13^, 3.96 


3% 


29.70 


V/, 4.39 


6 


101.0 *- 


1'/, 5.30 


Q% 


215.0 


INCOLOY ROUND ROD 


Hot Rolled Annealed, _ 


New Designation: 


and Pickled 




INCOLOY alloy 800 


6 to 1 8 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds 1 
per Foot | 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds 

per Foot ^ 


% .170 


% 


2.09 i^ 


'^6 .267 


1 


2.73 


% .384 


IV. 


4.27 ^ 


'/,, .522 


l'/2 


6.14 L 


% .683 


2 


10.9 


% 1.06 


2'/2 


17.0 j 


% 1.53 




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ROUND ROD 

New Designatio 

DURANICKEL 


n: 

alloy 301 


Cold Drawn, Heat Treated 
6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Diameter 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 




.70 
1.09 
1.58 


1 
IVs 


2.15 
2.81 
3.56 



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MONEL SQUARE ROD 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 






.24 
.374 
.538 
.957 



Cold Drawn 

6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 
(in incites) 



Pounds per 
Lineai Foot 



% 



MONEL SQUARE ROD 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 



1.21 
1.50 
1.81 
2,15 



Size 

(in inciies) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 



2.93 

3.83 
5.96 
8.61 



Hot Rolled 

6 to 16 Foot Random 
Lengths 



H 
C 

z 





Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Size 
(in inches) 



Size 
I (in inches) 



'U 


.374 


\ 


.538 


'4 


.957 


V, 


l.SO 


V. 


2.15 


MONEL SQUARE 




FORGING BILLETS 




New Designation: 




MONEL alloy 400 





Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Pounds per 
Lineai Foot 



% 


2.93 


1 


3.83 


1V4 


5.98 


IV, 


8.61 


2 


15.3 


Hot Finished 





8 


245 


10 


383 


12 


551 



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"R" MONEL SQUARE ROD 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy R-405 


Cold Drown, Free Machining 
6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


H .538 
% .957 


% 1.50 
Va 2.15 


% 2.93 
1 3.83 


INCONEL SQUi 
FORGING ROD 

New Designation 

INCONEL alloy 


\RE 
600 


Hot Finish 
Random Lengths 




Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



2 
3 



14.58 
22.77 
32.88 















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MONEL HEXAGONAL ROD 


Cold Drown 


New Designation: 


6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


MONEL alloy 400 




Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


Size 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


% .466 


% 


1.87 


^\ 6.27 


Vi .829 


'^^6 


2.19 


\% 7.46 


^i 1.05 


% 


2.54 


i"/;« 9.43 


% 1.30 


1 


3.32 


1V4 10.2 


^M. 1.57 


IV4 


5.18 





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MONEL-NICKEL 



MONEL HEXAGONAL ROD 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 






Hot Rolled 

As Rolled Temper 

6 to 16 Foot Random 
Lengths 



Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


y^ .829 


1 


3.32 


iVs 


8.75 


Vyt 1-05 


I'/s 


4.20 


2 


13.3 


% 1-87 


1V4 


5.18 


2Va 


15.0 


% 2.54 


1'^6 


6.85 


2\ 


18.7 


^V,, 2.91 


1'/. 


7.46 


2V, 


20.7 


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HEXAGONAL ROD 








New Designation; 




Cold Drawn 




MONEL 


alloy 501 




6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



V4 



.795 
1.79 
2.44 



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Cold Drawn, Free Machining 


New Designation: 

MONEL alloy R-405 


6 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


y^ .207 


X 


1.87 


l'^6 


5.71 


^, .324 


''/.6 


2.19 


1% 


6.27 


% .466 


% 


2.54 


1^^. 


6.85 


y^^ .635 


^v,. 


2.91 


IV, 


7.46 


% .829 


1 


3.32 


iVs 


8.75 


Vy^ 1.05 


1V,, 


3.74 


1V4 


10.2 


% 1.30 


iVa 


4.20 


1V3 


11.7 


'M6 1-57 


IV4 


5.18 


2 


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RECTANGULAR ROD | 


Hot Rolled, Annealed, 


New Designation: 


1 


Pickled 




MONEL alloy 400 


1 


6 to 24 Foot Random Lengths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


VflX '/2 .239 


V4Xiy4 1-68 


Vz X 2 3.83 


% .359 


2 1.91 


Z'k 4.79 


1 .479 


zV^ 2.39 


3 5.74 


l'/4 .598 


3 2.87 


4 7.66 


iVj .718 


4 3.83 


V 1 2.39 


2 .957 


^/j^xl 1.20 


WU 2.99 


2}/^ 1.20 


VbX V, 1.08 


2 4.79 


^^ftX '/z .359 


1 1.44 


Z\ 5.98 


% .538 


l'/4 1.79 


V4 X 1 2.87 


1 .718 


I'/j 2.15 


\% 4.31 


\'U .897 


IV4 2.51 


2 5.74 


I'/j 1.08 


2 2.87 


^y^ 7. 18 


2 1.44 


272 3.59 


3 8.61 


'74 X Vj .479 


3 4.31 


4 11.5 


V4 .718 


4 5.74 


1 X 2 7.66 


1 .957 


VjX 1 1.91 


3 11.5 


iy4 1.20 


1% 2.39 




IV2 1.44 


IV2 2.87 




mCONEL REaAN( 


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ROD 




Hot Rolie< 


d. Annealed, 


New Designation: 




and Piclcif 


3d 


INCONEL alloy 600 




12 to 16 Foot Random Lengths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(In inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


VbX V2 .227 


^\h^z 1.37 


%X2V2 3.42 


% .342 


y4X \ .684 


3 4.10 


1 .456 


1 .912 


VjXl 1.82 


I'/z .684 


iy4 1.14 


ly^ 2.73 


2 .912 


1V2 1.37 


2 3.64 


'/IfiX \ .512 


2 1.82 


2}/^ 4.56 


1 .684 


^xi 1.37 


3 5.47 


iy4 .854 


r/2 2.04 


VgX 2 4.56 


IV2 1.02 


2 2.73 


y4X ly^ 4.32 



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NICKEL 






INCOLOY RECTANGULAR 
ROD 


Hot Rolled, Annealed, 
and Pickled 


New Designation 

INCOLOY alloy 800 




1 2 to 16 Foot Random Lengths 


' Size 

(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Vb X 1 .435 


%xV/, 


1.30 


% X 2 2.60 


% X 1 .652 


%x 1 


1.44 


V2 X 2 3.48 


V4 X 1 , .869 

■ 


l'/2 


1.95 


%X2 4.35 


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MONEL ANGLES 




Hot Rolled, Annealed 


1 New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 




6 to 24 Foot Random Lengths 


Size 

■ (in inches) 


Pounds 
per Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
per Foot 


1 X 1 X l/g 

11/4x1 1/4 X i/» 

11/4X1 1/4 X 3/,6 

11/4x1 1/4 X 1/4 
1 >A X 1 1/2 X 1/, 
11/4 X 1 1/2 X V16 


.90 
1.14 
1.66 
2.15 
1.38 
2.02 


11/2x1 1/2 X 1/4 2.63 
2 X2 X H 1.85 
2 X 2 X 3/,g 2.74 

2 X 2 X 1/4 3.59 
21/2X21/2X1/4 4.55 

3 X 3 X 1/4 5.50 


% 

















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MONEL ANGLES 




Hot Rolled 




New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 




6 to 24 Foot Random Lengths 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 1 
per Foot 1 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds 
per Foot 


1 XI X l/g 
11/4x1 1/4 X i/s 

1 V2 X 1 1/2 X V16 
1 V2 X 1 1/2 X 1/4 


.90 1 
1.14 1 

2.02 1 

2.63 1 


2 X 2 X 3/jg 

2x2x1/4 

3x3x1/4 


2.74 
3.59 

5.50 




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INCONEL ANGLES 



New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy 600 



INCOLOY ANGLES 

New Designation: 

INCOLOY alloy 800 



Hot Rolled, Annealed, 
and Pickled 

1 2 to 16 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 

(in Inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 


1 X 1 


xVe 


.857 


iVj X 1V2 x3/;^ 1.92 


1 X 1 


X h 


1.23 


r/2 X 1V2 xV^ 


2.50 


1 X 1 


^% 


1.59 


2X2 X V4 


3.42 



Hot Rolled, Annealed, 
and Pickled 

12 to 16 Foot Random Lengths 



Size 

(in inches) 



Pounds 
per Foot 



1X1 X Vg 


.818 


1 XI x^/;^ 


1.18 


1x1 x y^ 


1.51 


l'/2 X IV2 X V4 


2.39 


2X2 X % 


3.26 



MONEL ROUND WIRE, 


- 




SOFT 


5 lb. Spools or Random Colls 


New Designation: 




MONEL alloy 400 




size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
1000 Feet 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
1000 Feet 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
1000 Feet 


.0159 .76 


.0475 


.0065 


.072 15.56 


.0253 1.92 


.051 


7.81 


.125 46.97 


.032 3.07 


.064 


12.30 


• 128 49.65 


.040 4.80 









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ROUND SPRING TEMPER 
MONEL WIRE 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 






Random Coils 



Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
1000 Feet 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
1000 Feet 


Size 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
1000 Feet 


.032 


3.07 


.081 


19.65 


.128 


49.65 


.040 


4.80 


.091 


24.74 


.144 


62.62 


.051 


7.81 


.102 


31.27 


.162 


78.93 


.064 


12.30 


.114 


39.35 


.187 


105.69 


.072 


15.56 


.125 


46.97 







OTHER WIRE 

Monel Metallizing wire is available in Random Coils. Soft or 
Spring Temper wire, and Metallizing wire is available in other 
alloys on request. Call our representative or the sales office 
nearest you for additional information. 



MONEL TUBING 1 


Cold Drown, Seamless 




New Designation: 1 

MONEL alloy 400 | 


Random Lengthi 


( 




O.D. 

in 

inches 


I.D. 

in 
inches 


Wall 

in 

inches 


Pounds 1 
per ■ 

Lineal ■ 
Foot 1 


O.D. 

in 

Inches 


I.D. 

in 

inches 


Wall 

in 
inches 


Pounds 

per 
Lineal 

Foot 


% 


.180 .035 .090 


% 


.680 


.035 


.301 




.152 .049 .118 




.620 


.065 


.536 


^^6 


.243 .035 .117 


% 


.805 


.035 


.354 


\ 


.305 .035 .143 




.745 


-065 


.633 




.277 .049 . 192 


1 


.870 


.065 


.731 




.245 .065 .242 




.834 


.083 


.915 


% 


.430 .035 .195 


1V4 


1.120 


.065 


.926 




.416 .042 .231 


l'/2 


1.370 


.065 


1.12 




.370 .065 .340 


2 


1.870 


.065 


1.51 


% 


.527 .049 .340 


2'/4 


2.120 


.065 


1.71 






2V2 


2.334 


.083 


2.41 


MONEL 
CONDEI 


MSER TUBING 


Cold Dra 


wn, See 


imless 




New Dei 

MONEL 


(ignation: 

alloy 400 


Ends Del 


d 
lurred 






O.D. 
in 

Inches 


Wall 

in 

Inches 


Length 

in 

Feet 


Pounds 1 
per I 

Lineal ■ 
Foot 1 


O.D. 

in 

Inches 


Wall 

in 

inches 


Length 

in 

Feet 


Pounds 

per 
Lineal 

Foot 


3/4 

3/4 


.065 16 .535 1 
.065 20 .535 I 

.083 12 .666 1 


¥4 

1 
1V4 


.083 
.083 
.083 


16 

12 

8 


.666 
,915 
1.17 




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INCONEL TUBING 


Cold Drawn 




New Designation; 

INCONEL alloy 600 


AMS 558 

6 to 24 Foot Random Lengths 


O.D. 

in 

inches 


Wall 

in 

inches 


Pounds 

per 

Lineal 

Foot 


O.D. 

in 
inches 


Wall 

in 

inches 


Pounds 

per 
Lineal 

Foot 


V4 .049 .114 


'/,, .035 


.214 


^'^6 .035 .113 


% .035 


.239 


% .035 .138 


% .035 


.340 


V2 .035 .189 






INCONEL T' TUBING 


Cold Drown, 




New Designation: 


Seamless 




INCONEL alloy 


X-750 


10 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


O.D. 

in 
Inches 


Wall 

in 

Inches 


Pounds 

per 
Lineal 

Foot 





»^6 



.035 
.035 



.113 
.189 



INCOLOY TUBING 

New Designation: 

INCOLOY alloy 800 



O.D. 

in 

inches 



At Extruded, Medart 
Straightened, Pickled Finish 

21, 22 Foot, 6 inch and 
23 Foot Exoct Lengths 



I.D. 

in 

inches 



Wall 

In 

inches 



Pounds 

per 
Lineal 

Foot 



4V2 



4.00 



.250 13.17 



162 



192 



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MONEL PIPE 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy 400 



l.P.S. 
(in inciiQs) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Cold Drawn, Soamless 
Standard Weight, Schedule 40 
10 to 20 foot Random Lengths 



Also Available in Annealed 
Condition 



i.D. 

(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



Vs 


.405 


.269 


.068 


.276 


Va ' 


.540 


.364 


.088 


.478 


% 


.675 


.493 


.091 


.639 


Vi 


.840 


.622 


.109 


.958 


H 


1.050 


.824 


.113 


1.27 


1 


1.315 


1.049 


.133 


1.8? 


1V4 


1.660 


1 ■380 


.140 


2.56 


IV2 


1.900 


1.610 


.145 


3.06 


2 


2.375 


2.067 


.154 


4.11 


ZVz 


2.875 


2.469 


.203 


6.52 


3 


3.500 


3.068 


.216 


8.53 


4 


4.500 


4.026 


.237 


12.14 


6 


6.625 


6.065 


.280 


21.4 


8 


8.625 


7.999 


.313 


32.2 



MONEL PIPE 




Cold Drawn, Seamless 
Schedule 10 


New Designation; 




10 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


MONEL alloy 400 




Also Available in Annealed 
Condition 


l,P.S. 
(in inches) 


O.D. 

(in inches) 


I.D. 
(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



1 


1.315 


1.097 


.109 


1.58 


IV, 


1.900 


1.682 


.109 


2.350 


2 


2.375 


2.157 


.109 


2.97 


3 


3.500 


3.260 


.120 


4.880 


4 


4.500 


4.260 


.120 


6.320 




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MONEL alloy 400 



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I.P.S. 
(in inches) 



O.D. 

(in inches) 



Cold Drawn, Seamless 

Extra Heavy, Schedule 80 

10 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 



Also Available in Annealed 
Condition 



I.D. 

(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



H 


.405 


.215 


.095 


.354 


V4 


,540 


.302 


.119 


.603 


% 


.675 


.423 


.126 


.832 


% 


.840 


.546 


.147 


1.230 


¥4 


1.050 


.742 


.154 


1.660 


1 


1.3 T 5 


.957 


.179 


2.450 


1V4 


1.660 


1.278 


.191 


3.370 


1% 


1.900 


1.500 


.200 


4,090 


2 


2.375 


1.939 


.218 


5.660 


zy% 


2.875 


2.323 


.276 


8.630 


3 


3.500 


2.900 


.300 


11.500 


4 


4.500 


3.826 


.337 


16.900 



"A" NICKEL PIPE 




Cold Drawn, Seamless 
Standard Weight, Schedule 40 


New Designation: 




TO to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


NICKEL 200 




Also Available in Annealed 
Condition, Stress Relieved, or 
Both 


I.P.S. 


O.D. 


i.D. 


Wall 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


.Lineal Foot 



1-4 


♦Stoc 


162 



Vs 


.405 


.269 


.068 


.277 


% 


.540 


.364 


.088 


.481 


% 


.675 


.493 


.091 


.643 


% 


.840 


.622 


.109 


.964 


% 


1.050 


.824 


.113 


1.280 


1 


1.315 


1.049 


.133 


1.900 


\% 


1.660 


1.380 


.140 


2.580 


W2 


1.900 


1.610 


.145 


3.080 


2 


2.375 


2.067 


.154 


4.140 


2% 


2.875 


2.469 


.203 


6.560 


3 


3.500 


3.068 


.216 


8.580 


4 


4.500 


4.026 


.237 


12.200 


6 


6.625 


6.065 


.280 


21.500 


8 


8.625 


7.981 


.322 


32.39 



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NICKEL 






"A" NICKEL PIPE 




Cold Drawn, Seamleii 

Schedule 10 

10 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


New Deslgnaflon: 




Also Available in Annealed 


NICKEL 200 




Condition, Stress Relieved, or 


9 




Both 


I.P.S. 


O.D. 




I.D. 


Wall 


Pounds per 


(in inches). 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 



% 


.840 


.674 


.083 


.761 


1 


1.315 


1.097 


,109 


1.589 


IV, 


1.900 


1.682 


.109 


2.36 


2 


2.375 


2.157 


.109 


2.990 


2% 


2.875 


2.635 


.120 


4.004 


3 


3.500 


3.260 


.120 


4.910 


4 


4.500 


4.260 


.120 


6.360 


6 


6.625 


6.357 


.134 


10.513 



"A" NICKEL PIPE 




Cold Drawn, Seamless 

Extra Heavy, Schedule 80 

10 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


New Designations 






NICKEL 200 




Also Available in Annealed 




Condition, Stress Relieved, or 






Both 


I.P.S. 


O.D. 


i.D. 


Wall 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in Inches) 


Lineal Foot 



V4 


.540 


.302 


.119 


.606 


% 


.675 


.423 


.126 


.837 


Vr 


.840 


.546 


.147 


1.23 


¥4 


1.050 


.742 


.154 


1.670 


1 


1,315 


.957 


.179 


2.460 


IV4 


1.660 


1.278 


.191 


3.400 


IV2 


1.900 


1.500 


.200 


4.120 


2 


2.375 


1.939 


.218 


5.690 


3 


3.500 


2.900 


.300 


11.600 


4 


4.500 


3.82t 


,337 


17.000 




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INCONEL PIPE 

New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy 600 



I.P.S. 
(in inches) 



O.D. 
(in inches) 



Seamless 

Cold Drawn, Annealed, and 
Pickled 

Standard Weight, Schedule 40 

10 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 



I.D. 
(in inches) 



Wall 
(in inches) 



Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 



% 
% 
% 
\ 
% 
1 

2 

3 

4 
6 



.405 

.540 

.675 

.840 

1.050 

1.315 

1.660 

1.900 

2.375 

2.875 

3.500 

4.500 

6.625 



.269 

.364 

.493 

.622 

.824 

1.049 

1.380 

1.610 

2.067 

2.469 

3.068 

4.026 

6.065 



.068 
.088 
.091 
.109 
.113 
.133 
,140 
.145 
.154 
.203 
.216 
.237 
.280 



.264 
.460 
.615 
.922 

1.23 
1.82 
2.46 
2.95 
3.96 
6.28 
8.21 
11.70 
20.39 



INCONEL PIPE 

New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy 600 


Cold Drown, Annealed 

Schedule 80 

10 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 


I.P.S. 
(in inches) 


0.0. 

(in inches) 


1.0. 

(in inches) 


Wall 
(in inches) 


Pounds per 
Lineal Foot 






.840 
1.050 



.546 
.742 



.147 
.154 



1.172 
1.582 



INCOLOY PIPE 

New Designation: 

INCOLOY alloy 800 



Cold Drawn, Annealed, and 
Pickled 

Standard Weight, Schedule 40 

10 to 20 Foot Random Lengths 



162 196 



I.P.S. 


0.0. 


1.0. 


Wall 


Pounds per 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


(in inches) 


Lineal Foot 


V2 


.840 .622 


.109 


.865 


% 


1.050 .824 


.113 


1.15 


1 


1.315 1.049 


.133 


1.71 


1'/4 


1.660 1.380 


.140 


2.31 



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WHAT DO YOU WAI 
TO KNOW ABOUT 







Foundry additives and alloying 
technique have made tremen- 
dous advances in recent years. 
Proper addition of alloying ele- 
ments improves qualities of cor- 
rosion resistance, toughness, 
hardness, and provides higher 
tensile strength. 

Free literature on foundry 
products is available as well as 
advice and counsel of our 
foundry specialists and research 
departments of our suppliers. 



WHAT DO YOU WANT 
TO KNOW ABOUT 



considerable amount of lit- 
erature on welding and brazing 
alloys, and the joining of metals 
by these processes, is yours 
free. Some of the booklets avail- 
able are listed on the following 
page. 

In addition, technical sales per- 
sonnel are ready always to help 
you with your problems. Call, 
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Aluminum 204,205 

Silver Alloy 213-218 

Rings, Shapes, Special Shapes. . . .217 

Fluxes 

Brazing — Aluminum 205 

Handy Flux— Silver Brazing. . . .217 

Soldering — Aluminum 205 

Welding — Aluminum 205 

- Nickel Alloys 208 

Foundry Products 197-203 

A-Z Listing 200-203 

Ductile Iron Additives 199 

Electrolytic Kicke! 198 

Nickel Ingot .....198 

Nickel Shot... .....198 

"F" Grade 198 

Silver Brazing Alloys 213-218 

Solder — Aluminum 205 

Welding Materials 

Aluminum 204,205 

Copper & Bronze 212 

Fluxes 205,208,217 

Nickel Alloy Electrodes 206 

Nickel Alloy Rod & Wire 207 

Stainless Steel Electrodes & 
Wire 210,211 



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carried in stock are always 
changing to meet customers' 
needs. If the product you want 
is not Usted here, call or write 
our nearest warehouse sales 
oflfice for additional informa- 
tion. 

LITERATURE REQUESTS 

There are many technical 
booklets and pamphlets avail- 
able to you, free. If you would 
like to receive information on 
a particular product or appli- 
cation, please write outlining 
your needs. We will do our best 
to help you find an answer. 



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WELDING 
BRAZING 



LITERATURE ON 

FOUNDRY PRODUCTS 

A Quick Guide to Nickel-Con- 

toining Casting Alloys 

Voncoram Products 

Shieldalloy Products 

LITERATURE ON WELDING 
AND BRAZING PRODUCTS 
Manual for Welding Stainless 

Steels 
Alcoa Filler Metal Selection 

Chart 
Brazing Alcoa Aluminum 
Welding Alcoa Aluminum 
Anaconda Copper-Alloy 

Brazing and Welding Rods 
Inco Welding Products 
Inco-Weld A Electrode 
Brazing and Soldering Nickel 

and High-Nickel Alloys 
Fusion Welding of Nickel and 

High-Nickel Alloys 
Resistance Welding 
Welding Cast Irons Quickly 

and Easily with NI-ROD and 

NI-ROD"55" ELECTRODES 
Inco's Huntington Welding 

Materials 
Easy-Flo and Sil-^os Brazing 

Alloys 
Brazing Alloy Selection Chart 

for Copper and Copper 

Alloys 

7 Reasons Why Stainless 
Steels Should Be' Joined by 
Silver and Gold Alloy 
Brazing 

Why HANDY FLUX is First by 
Far for Superior Low- 
Temperature Brazing 

TELEPHONES OF OFFICES AND 
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FOUNDRY ALLOY PRODUCTS 

In recent years, tremendous strides have been made in improv- 
ing the properties of the common engineering metals; for 
instance, advances in alloying techniques make possible the 
production of cast irons which are a far cry from the low- 
strength brittle casting of 25 years ago. By the proper addition 
of alloying elements improved qualities of corrosion resistance, 
toughness, hardness and higher tension strengths have been 
attained- 

Special types of cast iron (Ni-Resist) have high heat and 
corrosion resistance, and one type (Ni-Hard) is hard enough 
to scratch glass, as does the diamond. Some irons can be 
stretched and bent, having an elongation as high as 25 to 30 % 
with tensile strengths many times that of ordinary irons 
(ductile irons). Cast irons are being produced to match the 
thermal expansion of metals such as steel or aluminum or to 
minimum expansion specifications. 

Cast iron is but one of the foundry products which has shown 
vast improvement. Steels and bronzes have been improved to 
meet the demands of industry for higher processing tem- 
peratures and accelerated operating speeds. The proper use of 
alloying materials such as nickel, chromium, molybdenum, 
silicon, vanadium, manganese, enables the foundryman today 
to meet his customer's most exacting specifications. 

A user of castings may now go to his foundryman and ask for 
increased machinability with higher strength in a specified part, 
or higher ductility coupled with corrosion resistance, or if a 
need demands greater wear and heat resistance together with 
resistance to shock and impact, this, too, may be acquired by 
the proper and intelligent use of foundry alloying material. 
The foundry, as well as the user of castings, has available the 
experience and services of our foundry engineers, backed by 
the development and research departments of The Interna- 
tional Nickel Company, Inc., The Vanadium Corporation of 

America Shieldalloy Corporation, and Climax Molybdenum 
Company. 



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FOUNDRY PRODUCTS - NICKEL 

ELECTROLYTIC NICKEL SQUARES 

1* X 1", 4" X A" — In Approximately 500-pound Drums 

2" X 2", 9'' X 9" " " 725-Pound " 

A" X A" Available in 1600- and 3000-Pound Fibreboard Boxes 

Electrolytic Nickel is the purest form of nickel produced in com- 
mercial quantities. It contains only a trace of sulphur and carbon. 
It is used principally for alloying with steel and for the production 
of nickel silver and pure nickel castings. 

"QM" (QUICK MELTING) ELECTRO SQUARES 
y TK. V Thin Squares 
In 429^-Pound Drums 

A specialized form of electrolytic nickel in thin section for quick 
melting in the non-ferrous foundry. It is readily dissolved by 
molten brass, bronze and aluminum at temperatures below the 
melting point of nickel. 



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NICKEL INGOTS 

ApproxImotely 10 Pounds Each In 660-Pound Drums 

A demand for nickel in ingot form exists in the ferrous metal 
industries where this form is preferred to electrolytic nickel 
cathodes. It is used in the production of low alloy cast irons, 
Ni-Hard, and Ni-Resist. 

"XX" NICKEL SHOT 
475-Pound Drums 

Nickel Shot is one of the oldest commercial forms of nickel in use. 
Its major application is in those types of furnaces where its form 
and size is desirable. Its size is accomplished by screening to pass 
through a 1" opening, and remaining on a .053'' opening. 



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"F" NICKEL SHOT AND INGOT 

Shot in 500-Pound Drums 

Ingots of Approximately 5 Pounds for Cupola Additions 

Ingots Packed in 485-Pound Drums 

Developed especially for ladle additions in gray iron foundries. 
Silicon, iron, and carbon additives help reduce the melting point 
to approximately 2300° F. — below that of pure nickel (2640*" F.) 
— and it assures rapid solution at even the lower temperature 
levels of molten iron. Shot is sized through \i" screen opening and 
retained on ,0193'' opening. This facilitates efficient handling 
through funnels or other charging apparatus. 
5-pound ingots are of optimum size for direct charging into the 
cupola for the volume production of nickel cast irons. 



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DUCTILE IRON ADDITIVES 

The Ductile Iron Additives, nickel-magnesium (NMA No. 1) and 
nickel-magnesium-silicon (NMSA No. 2), are available from 
warehouse stocks to licensed producers of Ductile Iron. Either 
additive is available in a large or small size. The large size passes 
through 2'^i " diameter to '^i " diameter, and the small size passes 
through 1 " diameter to be retained on 8 mesh. 

These additives are employed in the licensed foundry production 
of Ductile Iron, which is a cast ferrous product that combines the 
process advantages of cavSt iron with many of the product advan- 
tages of "cast steel. It offers excellent castability, high strength, 
good maehinability, and marked resistance to wear and impact. 
Useful applications include gears, bearing sleeves, sprockets, 
crankshafts, wrenches, manifolds, compressor heads, and clamps, 
to mention just a few. 

Using the- process originated with Ductile Cast Iron, another 
versatile engineering material. Ductile Ni-Resist* Cast Iron is 
now being produced by licensed foundries. The resistance of the 
Ni-Resist* irons to corrosion, erosion, metal-to-metal wear and to 
elevated temperatures, plus their castability and maehinability 
are retained in this alloy. Added advantages are strength and 
ductility approaching that of cast steel. 



NON-FERROUS ALLOYS AND INGOTS 
Nickel Bronzes and Nickel Silvers 

Additions of up to 5Sc of nickel to common brass and bronze 
foundry mixtures have long been recognized as an inexpensive 
and practical method of improving the properties of such mixtures. 
Nickel, when added to these mixes, increases the density (pressure 
tightness), raises the strength, and improves the toughness of the 
metal. Additions of approximately 5Vc nickel and 5% tin to 
copper have been found to yield the optimum combination of 
properties and economy. The Ni-Vee* bronzes are a family of 
five such alloys whose compositions are pivoted around the 5% 
nickel, 5^^ tin level. In the **as cast" condition, Ni-Vee* bronzes 
provide properties superior to those of comparable G bronze, red 
brasses, and leaded bearing bronzes. Through simple heat treat- 
ments that control a nickel-tin copper precipitation reaction, the 
superior "as cast" properties of the Ni-Vee* bronzes can be 
improved even further. 

Completed information on the production and applications of 
Nickel Bronzes, and Nickel Silvers will be sent on request- 
Available Literature: "Engineering Properties and Applications 
of Ni-Vee Bronzes". 



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ALSIFER 

(Approx. 20% Al, 40% Si, 40% Fe) 
ALUMINUM 
Grained Aluminum (99.5% Min. Al) 
Titanium Aluminum (50% Ti grade) 
Vanadium Aluminum (2)4%, 5%, 40%, ond 85% V) 
Zirconium Aluminum (about 50-50 ratio) 
Molybdenum Aluminum (60% Mo, -40% Al) 
Ingot 
Hardeners 

51/2% Ti. Al. 

0.1% B. 5% Ti. Al. 

1.0% B. 5% TI. Al. 

10% Cr. Al. 

15% Cr. Al. 

20% Cr. Al. 

5% Mn. Al. 

7% Mn. Al. 

10% Mn. Al. 

BORON 

Ferroboron (14-18% B) 

CALCIUM SILICON 

Calcium Silicon (30% Co. -60% Si.) 

CALSILOY 

Calsiloy (12-16% Co., 55-60% Si. Bal. Fo.) 

CHROMIUM 

Chromium Metal — High Carbon 

Chromium Metal — "99" 

Chromium Metal — Vacuum Melting Grade 

Chromium Columbium (35% Cr, 65% Cb) 

Chromium Tungsten (60% Cr, 40% W) 

Chromium Molybdenum (68%Cr, 30%Mo or 28%Cr,70% MO) 

FERROCHROMIUM 

Ferrochromium Briquettes (2# Cont. Cr) 







% 


% 


% 






Chromium 


Carbon 


Silicon 


Standard Exio 




68-73 


.025 max. 


2.00 max. 


Standard ExIo 




68-73 


.050 max. 


2.00 max. 


ExIo "75" 




75 min. 


.015 max. 


0.75 max. 


Low Carbon 65-5 




63-67 


.050 max. 


4-6 


3% Nitrogen Grade 




67 apprc 


X. 060 max. 


hOO max. 


High Carbon 




66-70 


4-6 


1-2 


Charge Grade 58-65 




58-65 


5.25 max. 


3.00 max. 


Charge Grade 63-68 




63-68 


7-8 


3-5 


Refined Charge Grade 


58-65 


4.25 max. 


1.00 max. 


Blocking Grode 




55-63 


4-6 


8-12 


Foundry Grade 




55-63 


4-6 


8-12 


Ferrochrome Silicon 


(40-42) 


39-42 


.05 max. 


40-42 


Ferrochrome Silicon 


(36-40) 


36 approx .05 max. 


40 apprex. 


Ferrochrome Silicon 


(49-28) 


48-52 


1.25 max. 


25-30 


Intermediate Silicon 




67-71 


.05 max. 


0.75-2.00 



COLUMBIUM 

Columbium Chromium (65% Cb, 35% Cr) 
Columbium Nickel (45-55% Cb, 40-50% Ni) 
Columbium Metal (Higk Purity Grade I) 
Columbium Metal, (High Purity Grade II) 
Ferrocolumbium - Reoctor Grade (57-67% Cb) 



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Ferrocolumbium (62-67% Cb) 
Ferrocol umbium 10:1 Ratio (Cb to To) 
Ferrocolumbium Tantalum (45-55% Cb, Approx. 12% Ta) 
Thermocol (Exothermic Approx. 53% Cb) 

DUCTILE IRON ADDITIVES 



% 


% 


% 


% 


% 


% 


% % 


_C 


Ni 


Mg 


Si 


Ca 


Ce 


Cu Fe 


NMA#1 2 


82 


13-16 










NMSA#2 


51 


13-16 


35 






5 Max 


*Calsifer 75 






74-79 


.5 min 




Bal. 


*Calsifer 85 






80-90 


.5 min 




Bal. 


Noduloy 6C 




5Mi-7H 


44-48 




.5-. 7 




Noduloy 7 




B-m 


43-47 






41/2-6)4 Bal. 


Noduloy 7C 




B-9h 


43-47 




.5-7 


4|/2-6)4 Bal. 


Noduloy 8 




8-9J4 


44-48 






Bal. 


Noduloy 8C 




8-914 


44-48 




.5-.7 


Bal. 


Noduloy 12 




10M!-13 


37-41 






15-18 Bal. 


Noduloy ISC 




18-20 


60-65 




.5-. 7 


Bat. 


Noduloy 33 




33 


50 






Bal. 


Noduloy 40 




40 


40 






Bal. 


70-30 Alloy 


70 


30 











* Also available with 1)4% and 2)4% Min. Calcium 

EXOTHERMIC ALLOYS 

Thermocol (Approx. 53% Cb) 
Thefmosil (Approx. 61% Si) 
Thermovan (V) 

GRAINAL 

#1 (25%, V, 15% Tt, 10% Al, 0.20% B) 
#79 (20% Ti, 13% Al, 4% Zr, 8% Mn, 5% Si, 0.50% B) 
#100 (20% Ti, 13% Al, 4% Zr, 8% MN, 5% Si, 1% B) 
#790(20% Ti, 13% Al, 4% Zr, 8% Mn, 5% Si) 

GRAPHIDOX 

#4 (48-52% Si, 9-1 1% Ti, 5-7% Ca) 
MANGANESE 

Electrolytic Manganese Metal 

Tronomang Regular 

Tronomang Extra Low-Hy 

Tronomang Nitro-4 

Tronomang Nitro-6 

Tronomang Low-Hy 
Briquettes (2# Mn contained) 
Ferromangonese (74-76%) Standard High Carbon 

MOLYBDENUM 

Molybdenum C^romium (30%, Mo. 68% cr or 70% Mo, 28% Cr) 

Molybdenum Aluminum (60% Mo, 40% Al) 

Molybdenum Rondelles — Vacuum Melting Grade (99.8% Mo. Min.) 

Molybdenum Powder (99.8% Mo Min.) 

Molybdenum Tablets (99.8% Mo Min.) 

NICKEL 

Nicl<el Columbium (40-50% Ni, 45-55% Cb) 

Nickel Selenium 

Nickel Titanium (80% Ni, 20% Ti) 

Electrolytic Nickel (99.95% Ni Including Cobolt) 

1" QM squares 

1" sqs, (about 3/8" thick) 



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2" sqs. (about 3/8" thick) 

4** sqs. (about 3/8" thick) about 2H lbs. each 
9" sqs. (about 3/8" thick) about 12 lbs. each 
4^2" X 28^2" (about 3/8" thick) obout 18 lbs. each 
9" X 28K2" (about 3/8" thick) about 36 lbs. each 
12" X 28Hi" (about 3/8" thick) about 45 lbs. each 
38" X 28^" (about 3/8" thick) about 145 lbs. each 
4" x8" (about .015" thick) 

Grade XX Shot 
1" on .053" 
1/2" X 3/16" 
3/8" on .053" 

Thru. 071" High Sulphur Steam Shattered 
Thru .053" Low Sulphur Steam Shattered 

F. Nickel Shot - 1/4" on 30 mesh 

F. Nickel Ingot - 5# size 

Nickel Ingot - 10# size 

NMA #1 214" on 34" and 1" on 8 mesh 

NMSA #2 21/4" on 34" and 1" on 8 mesh 

Nickel Oxide Sinter 

Black Nickel Oxide thru 14" 

Green Nickel Oxide thru 14" 

SELENIUM 

Ferro Selenium 
Nickel Selenium 

SILICOMANGANESE 

Briquettes {Yi^ Si Plus 2# Mn contained) 
18-20% Grade Silicon (65-68% Mn) 1>^% Max. C 
15-17J^% Grade Silicon (65-68% Mn) 2% Max. C 
12-14J4% Grade Silicon (65-68% Mn) 3% Max. C 

SILVERY PIG 

12 grades in .50% increments from 13>^% to 19^2% and 22% grade 
in ]2y2^ piglets, 30 lb., 45 lb., and 60 lb. pigs. 
SILICON 

Briquettes ( 1# or 2i^ Si, contained) 
Ferrosil icon 

50% Regular 

50% Low Impurity ).50% Mox. Al) 

50% with Boron 

65% Regular 

65% Low Impurity (.50% Max. Al) 

75% Regular 

75% Low Impurity ).50% Max. Al) 

80-90% Regular 

80-90% Lovy Impurity (.50% Max. Al) 

90-95% Regular 

90-95% Low Impurity (.50% Max. Al) 

Thermosil (Exothermic) 

Silicon Metal Max. .35% iron 

Silicon Metal Max. .50% iron 

Silicon Metal Max. 1.00% iron 

Silicon Metal Max. 1.50% iron 

Lithium Ferrosil icon 

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TANTALUM 

(99.5-99.9% Gutranteed) 
TITANIUM 

Titanium Aluminum (50% Ti grade) 

Titanium Nickel (20% Ti, 80% Ni) 

Titanium Wafers -vacuum melting grade (99.5% Ti Min.) 

Ferrotitanium 70% Grade (66-68% Ti, 3l^%-3W Al) 

Low Carbon (.10% max.) Ferro 30% Titanium 

Low Carbon (.10% max.) Ferro 40% Titanium 

Low Carbon (.10% max.) Ferro 27-32% Titanium Grade 1 

(m% max. Al) 
Low Carbon (.10% max.) Ferro 27-32% Titanium Grade 2 

(2% max. Al) 
Low Carbon (.10% max.) Ferro 27-32% Titanium Grade 3 

2J^% max. Al) 

TUNGSTEN 

Tungsten M«fral (99.9% W) ^ ^^^ ^^. ^ 

Tungsten Rondelies - Vacuum Melting Grade (99.9% W Mm.) 

Tungsten Powder (99.9% Min. W) 

Tungsten Tablets (99.8% Min. W) 

Tungsten Sponge Mix 

Tungsten Chromium (40% W, 60% Cr) 

VANADIUM 

Vanadium Aluminum {iV^o, 5%, 40%, and 85% V) 
Ferrovanadium 



Iron Foundry Grade 

Open Hearth Grade 

Grade "A" Open Hearth 

Grade "B" Crucible 

Grade "B" Crucible 

Grade *'C" Primos 

Grade "C" Primos 

Low Silicon Grode 

Low Silicon Grade 

TKermovon (Exothermic) 
Vanadium Metal - 90% V Grade 
Vanadium Metal - 90% V Grade (Low Silicon) 
Vanadium Metal - 99.5% Grade 

V-5 FOUNDRY ALLOY 

(38-42% Cr, 17-19% Si, 8-11% Mn) 

ZIRCONIUM 

Zirconium Wafers (99.5% Zr Min.) 
Zirconium Aluminum (about 50-50 ratio) 



% 




% 




7o 


Vanadium 


Sil 


icon 


Carbon 


38-42 


7-11 




1.00 


approx 


50-60 


8.0 max. 


3.00 


max. 


1 50-55 


7.5 max. 


2.00 


max. 


55-55 


2.25 


max. 


.50 


max. 


70-80 


2.25 


max. 


.50 


max. 


50-55 


1.25 


max. 


.20 


max. 


70-80 


1.25 


max. 


.20 


max. 


50 


1.50 


max. 


.20 


max. 


70 


1.50 


max. 


.20 


max. 



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ALUMINUM WELDING AND BRAZING 

Aluminum can be welded and brazed by most of the 
established processes . . . 



Brazing 

Torch 
Furnace 
Dip Brazing 
Induction Heating 



Welding 

Metal Arc Welding^ 
Oxyacetylene Welding 
Inert Gas Welding 

Metal-inert gas (Mig) 

Tungsten-inert gas (Tig) 

A complete line of Alcoa products used in the above proc- 
esses are available from stock. In addition, we stock Mig 
and Tig wires in spooled and straight lengths. These 
wires are of the highest quality, made possible by non- 
destructive testing of extruded wire electronically. This 
testing coupled with the most advanced cleaning process 
in industry produces a wire superior in electrical properties 
for welding. Mirror finish surfaces, guaranteed chemical 
composition of alloy, and layer-level winding, make 
Whitehead's wires the most completely engineered welding 
wires available. 



WELDING AND BRAZING ROD — STANDARD COILS 

1100, 4043, 5356, 5556, 718, and 716 
EtcKed or Commercial Fini$K 

Diameter (in inches): }{, %, •>{2, 3 8, %, He 

WELDING ROD ~ 36' STRAIGHT LENGTHS 

4043, 1100, 1260, 5356, 5554, 142*, 195*, 355*; 356* 
Packed in 5 Pound Tubes 

Diameter (in inches): }4, M^, '^2^ ]4, ^2. H^ 

*Available in ]i " diameter only 



BRAZING ROD — 36' STRAIGHT LENGTHS 

718 and 716 

Packed in 5 Pound Tubes 

Diameter (in inches): 3^, %, Jsr ^ 



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ALUMINUM WELDING ELECTRODE 

Consumable Electrode for Shielded Inert Gas Metal Arc 
Welding Precleaned and Level Wound on Non-Returnable 
Spools for All Position Welding 

4043, 1100, 2319, 5154, 5356, 5554, 5556 

1 2V2, Pound Spool 

Electrode Diameter: i.^, 3^2, V(%, %i, .030 

1 Pound Spool 
Electrode Diameter: l^fg, %, .030 



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718 ALUMINUM 
BRAZING FILLER STOCK 

Mill Finish 


Thicltness 

(in inches) 


Size 

(in inches) 


.010 
.015 


6X24 
6 X 24 



#64 ALUMINUM 
SOLDER FLUX 

(For use with #804 Solder) 



Size 



Paclting 



5 LB. JAR 



4 PER CASE 



66A AND fbJ ALUMINUM 
SOLDER FLUX 

(For u%9 with #805 Solder) 



Size 



Packing 



5 LB. JAR 
50 LB. DRUM 
150 LB. DRUM 



4 PER CASE 



PO ALUMINUM 
BRAZING FLUX 



Size 



Packing 



5 LB. JAR 
50 LB. DRUM 

150 Cb. drum 



4 PER CASE 



#34 ALUMINUM 
BRAZING FLUX 



Size 



Packing 



5 LB. JAR 

50 LB. DRUM 

150 LB. DRUM 



4 PER CASE 



)^804 ALUMINUM SOLDER 

Low Temperature 

Melting Range: 338°F-492''F 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Packing 



Vb 



1 LB. SPOOL 
36" LENGTHS 
1 LB. SPOOL 



#805 ALUMINUM SOLDER 

High Temperature 

Melting Range: ri5°F-725°F 



Diameter 
(in inches) 


Packing 


Vltt 25#COILOR36"'ST. LGTHS 
%2 25#COILOR36'ST. LGTHS 

Vs 25#coilor36'st.lgths 


#22 ALUMINUM 
WELDING FLUX 


Size 


Packing 


5 LB. JAR 4 PER CASE 
50 LB. DRUM 
150 LB. DRUM 



P3 ALUMINUM 
BRAZING FLUX 



Size 



Packing 



5 LB. JAR 

50 LB. DRUM 

150 LB. DRUM 



4 PER CASE 



//53 ALUMINUM 
BRAZING FLUX 



Size 



Packing 



5 LB. JAR 

50 LB. DRUM 

150 LB. DRUM 



4 PER CASE 



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INCO WELDING MATERIALS 

All joining processes used widely for steel are applicable with 
only slight modification necessary in some cases to Monel, 
Nickel, Inconel, Incoloy, and Ni-O-Nel. Available on request, 
the following publications describe the correct welding pro- 
cedures for achieving the best results: 

T-2 "Fusion Welding of Nickel and High Nickel Alloys" 
T-33 ^'Resistance Welding of Nickel and High Nickel 

Alloys" 
T-34 "Brazing and Soldering Nickel and High Nickel 
^ Alloys" 



Inco's electrodes and wires were developed specifically for 
welding Inco Nickel Alloys, wrought, cast and clad products. 
The mechanical properties and corrosion resistance of properly 
made welds in nickel, Monel and Inconel will be equal to or 
better than the base material. 

INCO FLUX COATED ELECTRODES 

The following flux-coated electrodes are generally stocked in 



diameters H^^ ¥%". W. H^\ and H": 


Type Number 


Recommended For 


"130" MONEL 
ELECTRODE 


GENERAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF MONEL, "402" a "403" MONEL AND 
SOMETIMES "K" MONEL. 


*'131" NICKEL 
ELECTRODE 


GENERAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF NICKEL AND LOW CARBON NICKEL. 


"132" INCONEL 
ELECTRODE 


GENERAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF INCONEL. 


"134" "K" MONEL 
ELECTRODE 


SPECIAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF "K" MONEL AND OVERLAYING "K" 
MONEL ON STEEL. 


"135" NI-O-NEL 
ELECTRODE 


SPECIAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF NI-O-NEL. 


"139" INCONEL 
"X" ELECTRODE 


SPECIAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF INCONEL "X" AND INCONEL "W". 


"140" MONEL 
ELECTRODE 


SPECIAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
CLAD SIDE OF MONEL-CLAD STEEL. OVER- 
LAYING MONELON STEEL. JOINING MONEL 
TO STEEL. 


"141" NICKEL 
ELECTRODE 


SPECIAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
CLAD SIDE OF NICKEL-CLAD STEEL. OVER- 
LAYING NICKEL ON STEEL AND JOINING 
NICKEL TO STEEL. 


"142" 80/20 
NICKEL 
CHROMIUM 
EL-ECTRODE 


SPECIAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF THE CLAD SIDE OF INCONEL-CLAD 
STEEL OR SOMETIMES NICKEL-CLAD 
STEEL, WELDING 80/20 NICKEL CHRO- 
MIUM. JOINING INCONEL TO STEEL. 


"180" MONEL 
ELECTRODE 


GENERAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF MONEL "400", "402". "403" OR "404" 
TO THEMSELVES OR TO EACH OTHER. MAY 
ALSO BE USED FOR WELDING THESE SAME 
ALLOYS TO STEEL. 


"187" 70/30 

COPPER-NICKEL 
ELECTRODE 


SPECIAL PURPOSE — METAL ARC WELDING 
OF 70/30, 80/20 AND 90/10 CU-NI. 



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INCO GAS WELDING 
ROD AND WIRE 



The following gas welding rods and wires are generally stocked 
36'' long in diameters ije", ^2" , H\ W\ ^f'\ and K"- Spooled 
wire is stocked in .035"; .045", and .062" diameters. 



Type Number 



Recommended For 



*40" MONEL ROD 



GENERAL PURPOSE GAS WELDING MONEL. 



41" NICKEL ROD GENERAL PURPOSE GAS WELDING NICKEL. 



'42" INCONEL ROD 



GENERAL PURPOSE — GAS WELDING 
INCONEL AND INCOLOY. 



'43" MONEL ROD 



SPECIAL PURPOSE GAS WELDING "402" 

a "403" MONEL FOR ACID PICKLING 
SERVICE 



'44" "K' 
ROD 



GENERAL PURPOSE 
MONEL. 



GAS WELDING "K" 



'47" 70/30 
COPPER-NICKEL 
FILLER ROD 



SPECIAL PURPOSE — GAS WELDING 70/30, 
80/20 AND 90/10 CU-NI. 



'60" MONEL ROD 
AND FILLER WIRE 



SPECIAL PURPOSE INERT GAS METAL ARC 
WELDING OF MONEL-TUNGSTEN AND 
CONSUMABLE. 



'61" NICKEL ROD 
AND FILLER WIRE 



SPECIAL PURPOSE INERT GAS METAL ARC 

WELDING OF NICKEL-TUNGSTEN AND 
CONSUMABLE. 



'62" INCONEL ROD 
AND FILLER WIRE 



*'64" "K ' MONEL 
ROD AND FILLER 

"65' WIRE 



SPECIAL PURPOSE — INERT GAS METAL ARC 
WELDING OF INCONEL- AND INCOLOY- 
TUNGSTEN AND CONSUMABLE. 



SPECIAL PURPOSE — INERT GAS METAL ARC 
WELDING OF '.'K" MONEL-TUNGSTEN AND 
CONSUMABLE. 



'65" Nl-O-NEL 
ROD AND FILLER 
WIRE 



'67" 70/30 
COPPER-NICKEL 
ROD AND FILLER 
WIRE 



^69" INCONEL "X" 
ROD AND FILLER 
WIRE 



SPECIAL PURPOSE — INERT GAS METAL ARC 
WELDING OF Nl-O-NEL TUNGSTEN AND 
CONSUMABLE. 



SPECIAL PURPOSE ~ INERT GAS METAL ARC 
WELDING OF 70/30, 80/20 AND 90/10 CU-NI. 



SPECIAL PURPOSE INERT GAS METAL ARC 
WELDING OF INCONEL "X"-TUNGSTEN 
AND INCONEL "W"-TUNGSTEN AND CON- 
SUMABLE. 



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'82" rNCONEL 
ROD AND FILLER 
WIRE 



INCONEL"92" ROD 
AND FILLER 
WIRE, FORMER- 
LY INCO-WELD 

"A" WIRE 



SPECIAL PURPOSE — INERT GAS WELDING 
OF INCONEL ALLOY "600" TO ITSELF OR 
TO STAINLESS OR CARBON STEELS. ALSO 
FOR OVERLAYING ON STEEL. 



GENERAL PURPOSE — INERT GAS METAL 
ARC WELDING DISSIMILAR ALLOYS AS: 
AUSTENITIC AND FERRITIC TO EACH 
OTHER AND TO HIGH-NICKEL ALLOYS; 
ALSO FOR WELDING INCOLOY. 



INCO WELDING FLUXES 



Type Number 



INCO "1" FLUX 



7 



INCO "2" FLUX 



INCO **3" FLUX 



I 



Recommended For 



SPECIAL PURPOSE — FLUX FOR GAS WELD- 
ING COPPER ALLOYS AND FOR HARD 
FACING "K" MONEL. 



GENERAL PURPOSE — GAS WELDING AND 
BRAZING OF INCONEL. STAINLESS STEELS 
AND OTHER CHROMIUM CONTAINING 
ALLOYS. — BACKING FLUX T^OR INERT 
GAS METAL ARC WELDING. 



GENERAL PURPOSE — GAS WELDING AND 
BRAZING OF MONEL AND OTHER NICKEL- 
COPPER ALLOYS, — BACKING FLUX FOR 
INERT GAS METAL ARC WELDING. 



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Nl ROD AND NI-ROD "55" ~ 
WELDING ELECTRODES 



Flux Coatod 



Ni-Rod is used in the metal arc welding of cast iron, joining cast 
iron to steel, and in joining the ferrous alloys, nickel alloys and 
some copper alloys. It gives strong, sound, machinable cast iron 
welds, and is known for its thorough fusion, fine wash, excellent 
bead contour, and easily removable slag. It seldom requires pre- 
heat and post-heat, and provides a stable arc in all positions. 

Ni-Rod "55" similarly is used in the metal arc welding of cast 
iron, ductile iron, and Ni-Resist. This rod is particularly useful 
for heavy sections and high phosphorous irons. 

These electrodes are stocked in %,% Vs", W^ and Vx^\ They can 
be used with either AC or DC. Descriptive literature is available 
on request, 

NOTE: All coated electrodes on the market are hygroscopic to 
some degree. Under conditions of high humidity or pro- 
longed storage, it is well to provide additional protection 
in the form of ovens or drying agents. 



IMCO-WELD "A" 
WELDING ELECTRODES 



Flux Coated 



Inco-Weld "A" is a versatile electrode for use in joining dissimilar 
metals. In such applications, it gives sound, high quality welds in 
better than 90% of the cases normally encountered in the fab- 
ricating shop. This rod permits production of X-ray quality welds 
which in most cases is equivalent to or better than either of the 
alloys being welded. Inco Rod **A" is used successfully in such 
typical combinations as mild steel and Type 304 stainless, mild 
steel and Type 347 stainless, Monel and Type 410 stainless, 
Inconel and Type 405 stainless, and numerous others. It is used 
on D.C. (Reversed Polarity). A descriptive folder is available on 
request. The stocked sizes with the recommended amperage 
ranges are as follows: 



Diameter 
(in inches) 



Amps 



V32 


40-65 


H 


75-100 


Vzz 


90-130 


Vxt 


110-150 



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STAINLESS STEIL WELDING ELECTRODES 

Whitehead Rezistal® Stainless Steel Welding Electrodes are 
available in two basic coatings — DC Lime and AC-DC Titania 
coatings. Excellent starting characteristics are obtained on all 
types of AC welding equipment with Whitehead AC-DC stainless 
electrodes. Arc is stable, smooth, with fine spray weld metal 
transfer and bead in uniform, flat or slightly concave with 
straightline feathered edges. Complete penetration and freedom 
from porosity is assured. Slag is easily and completely removed 
without secondary film, which means less cleaning, grinding 
and polishing time. Weld has corrosion resistance equal to that of 
parent metal with excellent mechanical properties. 



Rezistal 
Grade 



AWS-ASTM 
Classification Number 



Typical Weld 
Deposit Analysis 



TYPE 308 

TYPE 308ELC 

TYPE 309 

TYPE 309CB 

TYPE 310 
TYPE 310CB 

TYPE 310MO 

TYPE 312 
TYPE 316 

TYPE 316ELC 

TYPE 317 

TYPE 318 

TYPE 330 
TYPE 347 



.07% MAX. 

19.0% 

9.5% 

.04';; MAX. 

19.0% 

9.5% 

.10% MAX. 

23.0% 

13.0% 

.10% MAX. 

23.0% 

13.0% 

.80% 

.20% MAX. 
26.0% 
21.0% 

.12%. MAX. 

26.0% 

21 .0% 

.80% 

.12% MAX. 

26,0% 

21.0% 

2.0% 



E308 CARBON 

CHROMIUM 
NICKEL 

E308L CARBON 

CHROMIUM 
NICKEL 

E309 CARBON 

CHROMIUM 
NICKEL 

E309CB CARBON 

CHROMIUM 

NICKEL 

COLUMBIUM 

E310 CARBON 

CHROMIUM 
NICKEL 

E310CB CARBON 

CHROMIUM 

NICKEL 

COLUMBIUM 

E310MO CARBON 

CHROMIUM 

NICKEL 

MOLYBDENUM 

E312 CARBON .15% MAX. 

CHROMIUM 29.0% 

NICKEL . 9.5% 

E316 CARBON .07% MAX. 

CHROMIUM 18.0% 

NICKEL 13.0%, 

MOLYBDENUM 2,25% 

E:316L carbon .04% MAX. 

CHROMIUM 18.0% 

NICKEL 13.0% 

MOLYBDENUM 2,25% 

E317 CARBON .07% MAX. 

CHROMIUM 19.0% 

NICKEL 13.0% 

MOLYBDENUM 3.50% 

E318 CARBON .07% MAX. 

CHROMIUM 18.0% 

NICKEL 12.07o 

MOLYBDENUM 2.25% 

COLUMBIUM .80% 

E330 CARBON ,25% MAX. 

CHROMIUM 15,0% 

NICKEL '- 

E347 CARBON 

CHROMIUM 

NICKEL 

COLUMBIUM 



35.0% 



.07C 



MAX. 

19.0% 

9.5% 

.80% 



Whitehead Rezistal Stainless Steel Welding Electrodes are 
stocked in diameters \i\ %% ^42'', Vs". W\ W and \i\ 

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STAINLESS STEEL WELDING WIRE 

Whitehead's Rezistal® stainless steel welding wires and rods are 
manufactured under a carefully administered, ^ high standard 
quality control program. Modern equipment designed especially 
for welding wire production, assures that every form of White- 
head's wire has the characteristics best suited for the process 
by which it is applied. Temper, cast, helix and surface finish 
are closely controlled as the chemistry and properties of the wire. 
Whitehead's Rezistal Gas, Mig, Tig and Submerged arc welding 
wires conform to government and association specifications 
and codes. 



©Trademark of Crucible Steel Company 



STAINLESS STEEL WELDING WIRE 



Rezistal Grade 




Typical Chemical Analysis 






TYPE 308 


CARBON 

MANGANESE 

CHROMIUM 


0.08% MAX. 

1.75% 

20.50% 


NICKEL 
SILICON 


9.75% 
0.40% 




TYPE 308ELC 


CARBON 

MANGANESE 

CHROMIUM 


0.03% MAX. 
1.75% 

20.507p 


NICKEL 
SILICON 


9.75% 
0.407d 




TYPE 309 


CARBON 

MANGANESE 

CHROMIUM 


0.10% MAX. 

1.75% 

24.25% 


NICKEL 
SILICON 


13.50% 
0.40% 




TYPE 310 


CARBON 

MANGANESE 

CHROMIUM 


o.is'^; MAX. 

1.75% 
26.50% 


NICKEL 
SILICON 


21.50% 

0.40%o 

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TYPE 312 


CARBON 

MANGANESE 

CHROMIUM 


0.10% MAX. 

1.75% 

30.00% 


NICKEL 
SILICON 


8.75%, ^ 
0.407o ; 




TYPE 316 


CARBON 

MANGANESE 

CHROMIUM 


0.08% MAX. 

1.75%. 

19.00% 


NICKEL 
SILICON 

MOLYBDENUM 


13.25% 
0.40% 1 
2.20% 1 




TYPE 316ELC 


CARBON 

MANGANESE 

CHROMIUM 


0.03%, MAX. 
1.75% 

19.00% 


NICKEL 
SILICON 

MOLYBDENUM 


13.25%, 1 
0.40% 1 
2.20% i 




TYPE 347 


CARBON 
MANGANESE 
CHROMIUM 
NICKEL 


0.08% MAX. 

1.75% 

20.00% 

9.757p 


SILICON 0.40%j 1 

COLUMBIUM PLUS 1 

TANTALUM 0.80%, MM 




TYPE 348 


CARBON 
MANGANESE 
CHROMIUM 
NICKEL 


0.08%, MAX. 

1.75% 

20.00% 

9.75% 


SILICON 0.40'; ^H 
COLUMBIUM 0.80?o ^M 
Tantalum 0.1 07o MAX. ^M 




TYPE 349 


CARBON 
MANGANESE 
CHROMIUM 
NICKEL 


0.12% MAX. 

1.75% 

20.00% 

8.50% 


SILICON 
MOLYBDENUM 
COLUMBIUM 
TUNGSTEN 


0.40% ^M 
0.50% H 
1.25% ^M 
1.50% H 




TYPE 410 


CARBON 

MANGANESE 

CHROMIUM 


0.12% MAX. 

0.40%o 

12.50%o 


NICKEL 
SILICON 


0.35% ^M 




,TYPE 430 


CARBON 
MANQANESE 


0.107c MAX. 
0.40% 


CHROMIUM 
SILICON 


16.50% ^1 
0.35% ^ 





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Whitehead Rezistal Stainless Steel Welding Wires are stocked 
in 36" lengths — in diameters >i^", %", 3^'', ^2'' and %". Spooled 
wire is available in .035", .045'' and .062" diameters. 



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Specifying an Anaconda American welding or brazing rod assures 
consistent high quality performance. Anaconda products are 
used for welding both deoxidized and electrolytic copper in 
wrought and cast form. They are also used with silicon copper 
alloys such as Everdur. These wires and rods are widely used 
in the welding and surfacing of steel. 



ANACONDA COPPER 
189 WELDING ROD 



Diameter 

(in inches) 



Length 
(in inches) 



V32 

V32 
Vie 
V4 



36 
36 
36 
36 
36 



EVERDUR 

658 WELDING ROD 



Diameter 

(in inches) 



Length 
(in inches) 



TOBIN BRONZE 
470 WELDING ROD 



ANACONDA 681 
WELDING ROD^ 



Diameter 

(in inches) 



Length 
(in inches) 



V16 
V32 

v« 

V32 

Vis 



36 
36 
36 

3e 

36 

36 



*Low Fuming 

PHOSPHOR 
BRONZE 510 and 524 



Diameter 
(in Inches) 



Length 
(in inches) 



V16 


36 


V18 


36 


V32 


36 


V32 


36 


Vb 


36 


H 


36 


V32 


36 


'^2 


36 


Vie 


36 


V16 


36 


Va 


36 


Vi 


36 



NICKEL SILVER 
773 WELDING ROD 



Diameter 
(in inches) 

% 
V32 
V16 
V4 



Length 
(in inches) 

36 
36 
36 
36 



Diameter 
(in inches) 

V32 

Vi« 

Va 



Length 
(in inches) 

36 
36 
36 

36 
36 



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SILVER BRAZING ALLOYS 



Handy & Harman 



Easy-Flo Brazing Alloys, Sil-Fos Brazing Alloys and Handy 
Fluxes products of Handy & Harman, are stocked at all of our 
warehouses. They are low temperature silver brazing alloys which 
produce high strength joints and oflfer many other advantages. 

Sil-Fos contains 15% silver and flows freely at 1300° F. It joins 
non-ferrous metals only — used particularly on copper, brass, and 
bronze. It is especially effective for joining pipe and tubing, and 
is widely used on electrical work. Easy-Flo (original alloy) con- 
tains 60% silver and flows freely at 1175° F. It joins ferrous and 
non-ferrous metals, including iron, steel, stainless steel, copper- 
nickel and chrome-nickel alloys. It is especially effective for join- 
ing dissimilar metals. 

Easy-Flo 3 is similar to Easy-Flo, also containing 50% silver, 
but varies slightly in composition and flowing characteristics. It 
flows freely at 1270°F. Easy-Flo 3 is widely used for brazing 
cemented carbide tool tips to shanks, for fabricating large copper 
piping, for applications involving wide tolerances, and where 
filtering is required. 

Easy-Flo 3 Trimetal is an Easy-Flo 3 Coating on each side of a 
copper shim, in a 50/50 ratio of alloy and copper. Its flow point 
is 1270°F. Easy-Flo 3 Trimetal is especially suited for applica- 
tions requiring a "sandwich" type braze, such as big lathe, 
planer and shaper tools, milling and form cutters, breaches, 
etc. By preplacing the alloy and copper all in one piece instead of 
three, much time and labor are saved. 

Easy-Flo 45 contains 45% silver and flows freely at 1145° F., the 
lowest working temperature of any alloy capable of making high 
strength joints. It joins all ferrous, non-ferrous, and dissimilar 
metals that melt at temperatures above the working temperature 
of the alloy. It is extremely fluid at its working temperature. 





STRENGTH 
Tensile tests prove that 
properly made Sil-Fos, 
Eosy-Flo, and Easy-Flo 3 
brazed joints are stronger 
than the metals joined. 



DUCTILITY 
Bend, twist, hammer Sil- 
Fos, Easy-Flo, or Easy-Flo 3 
joints — the silver content 
gives them the ductility to 
take it. 




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assuring deep penetration and outstanding other alloys two to 
one. The lower silver content, lower flow point, large covering 
capacity, fast action and small amount of alloy needed all combine 
to make possible fast production of strong, liquid and gas-tight 
joints at new low metal joining costs. In addition, its lower work- 
ing temperature means increased protection to the metal against 
warpage and heat damage. 

Easy-Flo 35 contains S5% silver and flows freely at 1295° F., 
the lowest flow point for an alloy having this silver content. It 
joins all ferrous, non-ferrous and dissimilar metals that melt at 
temperatures above the working temperature of the alloy. It 
flows freely at its working temperature and penetrates rapidly, 
making high strength joints with thin films. The flow point and 
silver content have been carefully balanced in this alloy. The 
result is an alloy that brings worthwhile economies to many 
metal joining jobs — especially those which can be done with a 
torch and where a temperature of 1295° F. is not objectionable. 

Because Sil-Fos, Easy-Flo, Easy-Flo 3, Easy-Flo 3 Tri-metal, 
Easy-Flo 45, and Easy-Flo 35 contain silver and are extremely 
fluid at low working temperatures they: 

1 Reach brazing temperature quickly. 

2 Penetrate in a flash to every part of a properly fluxed joint. 

3 Diffuse into metal surfaces and actually alloy with them. 

4 Require only thin films to make the strongest joints. 

5 Leave little or no alloy outside a joint, reducing or eliminat- 
ing finishing. 

Because of their complete penetration, alloying action and the 
thin films required, Sil-Fos and Easy-Flo brazed joints are: 





LEAK-TIGHTNESS 
Pressure tests prove Sil-Fos, Easy- 
Flo and Easy-Flo 3 foints are 
leak-tight. Full penetration and 
alloying action are the reason. 



LOW COST 
TKin films make the best foints. 
Savings in labor, machine work, 
heating and finishing time combine 
to givt real economy. 



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1 Consistently stronger than the metals joined. 

2 Liquid and gas-tight, 

3 Ductile — stand up under vibration, shocks and tem- 

perature changes. 

4 Permanently high in electrical conductivity — they can't 

loosen up or corrode internally. 

5 Resistant to a great many corrosive agents. 

6 As good or better than the metals joined in heat con- 

ductivity. 

In addition to those described, there are many other alloys and 
fluxes available for special applications. For information, call our 
nearest warehouse sales office, or write for Handy & Harman 
Bulletin 20. 



SILVER CONTENTS AND FLOW POINTS IN DEGREES F. 





Silver 


Melting 


Flow 


Brazing Alloys 


Content 


Point °F 


Point °F 


EASY-FLO 


50 


1160 


1175 


EASY-FLO 3 


50 


1170 


1270 


EASY-FLO 45 


45 


1125 


1 145 


EASY-FLO 35 


35 


1125 


1295 


SIL-FOS 


15 


1185 


1300 


SIL-FOS 


S 


1185 


1300 


BRAZE TL 


9 


1410 


1565 


BRAZE ATT 


20 


1140 


1500 


BRAZE 202 


20 


1315 


1500 


BRAZE SS 


40 


1220 


1435 


BRAZE 404 


40 


1220 


1580 


BRAZE DE 


45 


1225 


1370 


BRAZE ETX 


50 


1250 


1425 


BRAZE 541 


54 


1340 


1575 


BRAZE 560 


56 


1145 


1205 


BRAZE 580 


57.5 


1120 


1345 


BRAZE 603 


60 


1115 


1225 


BRAZE 630 


63 


1275 


1475 


BRAZE EASY 


65 


1240 


1325 


BRAZE MEDIUM 


70 


1275 


1360 


BRAZE BT 


72 


1435 


1435 


BRAZE HARD 


75 


1365 


1450 


BRAZE IT 


80 


1340 


1490 


LITHOBRAZE 846 


84.6 


1415 


1610 


LITHOBRAZE 925 


92.5 


1400 


1635 


TEC* 


5 


640 


740 


TEC-Z* 


5 


480 


600 


FOS-FLO 





1310 


1460 



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LITHOBRAZE BT 
LITHOBRAZE 846 
LITHOBRAZE 925 



For brazing honeycomb 
airframe structures 



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The Lithobraze alloys — BT, 846 and 925 — are special purpose 
alloys formulated for fluxless atmosphere furnace brazing of 
stainless steels. They are being widely used for brazing honey- 
comb airframe structures made of PHI 5-7 Mo and 17-7PH type 
stainless steels. The addition of lithium to the silver-copper 
alloys acts as the wetting agent and renders these alloys self- 
fluxing when used in a hydrogen or inert atmosphere of low dew 
point (-70''F). Argon is the most commonly used inert gas. 
These Lithobraze alloys permit taking advantage of the maxi- 
mum strength afforded by free node flow. 

The use of endogas or exogas atmospheres or standard fluxes 
is not recommended since they react with the lithium, and inter- 
fere with bonding. A minimum brazing temperature of 50 °F 
above the flow point is suggested for atmosphere furnace brazing. 
These alloys are particularly adaptable to brazing thin sections 
because solution of the base metal by the filler metal is virtually 
nil. 

Joints made with the Lithobraze alloys are suitable for applica- 
tion where operating temperatures may be intermittently 
as high as 900 °F. Joints made on heat resistant alloys with these 
filler metals are not subject to interface corrosion. 



SIL-FOS & SIL-FOS 5 



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Sil-Fos is a low temperature brazing alloy containing silver, 
phosphorous and copper. It flows freely at 1300° F,, makes joints 
between copper, brass and bronze that are stronger than the 
metals joined. Sil-Fos is sold by the pound at remarkably low 
cost for an alloy containing silver. Sil-Fos 5 is designed for ap- 
plications in which the brazing alloy need not contain more than 
5% silver. It is economical, and makes exceptionally strong 
joints. Sil-Fos 5 is available in wire and rod only. 



Standard Size 



Inches per 
Avoir. Lb. 



Vs" SQUARE X 36" 
.050" X Vs" X 20" 

.050" X Vie" X 20" 



210 

524 

1048 



Standard Size 



Inches per 
Avoir. Lb. 



3/32" WIRE— COILS 
Vie" WIRE— COILS 
3/64" WIRE— COILS 
Vsa" WIRE— COILS 



475 
1082 
1900 
4a28 



FOS-FLO 



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Round-Edge, Square Rods 



Fos-Flo is a low-temperature, easy-flowing brazing alloy for 
making strong, leak-proof, corrosion-resistant, self-fluxing joints. 
It enables material and labor costs to be held to a minimum. 
Fos-Flo is recommended for use in making all types of joints 
between copper, bronze, nickel-silver, brass, and other non- 
ferrous metals — especially medium and heavy-weight parts. 



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Handy Flux is a general purpose flux essential to best results 
with silver brazing alloys for two reasons: 

1 It works at a temperature low enough to give the full 
benefit of the low flow point of these alloys. It starts 
dissolving oxides at 600°F. — 800°F., and at 1100°F. is 
entirely liquid and active, dissolving completely all 
refractory oxides. 

2 From the standpoint of performing other flux functions 
there is no better flux made than Handy Flux. It speeds 
up brazing action. It is an excellent cleaning agent. It 
washes off readily in hot water after brazing. Its paste 
form makes it easy to apply with a brush exactly where 
it is wanted. 

Handy-Flux is stocked at all warehouses in J^-pound, 1-pound, 

5-pound jars, and 25-pound and 50-pound metal drums. 

Although Handy Flux is the best flux for nearly every metal, 

under certain conditions special-purpose fluxes are recommended. 

Such fluxes include: 

Handy Flux Type B-1 — for brazing high chromium stainless 
steels, tungsten and chromium carbides 
and molybdenum alloys. 

Handy Flux Type A-1 — for brazing aluminum-bronze and other 
alloys containing small amounts of 
aluminum and titanium. 

Handy Hi-Temp Flux — -used where brazing temperatures go 
into the 1700 to 2000°F range for con- 
siderable lengths of time. 

For information on Handy Flux or these special purpose fluxes 

call our nearest warehouse sales oflftce. 



RINGS, SHIMS AND 
SPECIAL SHAPES 



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Preplacing the alloy enables you to achieve maximum speed and 
realize greater economy in Easy-Flo and Sil-Fos brazing. Pre- 
placing gives accurate control of the amount of alloy used per 
joint, assures a uniform flow of alloy through the joint area, 
eliminates hand feeding of the alloy — plus offering other ad- 
vantages. 

Easy-Flo and Sil-Fos may be preplaced in any of the following 
forms: 

1 Inserts of shim or thin sheet stock cut or stamped to fit 
joint area. 

2 Flat washers or disks. 

3 Rings, or pieces of wire bent to shape. 

4 Coined washers stamped from wire rings. 

5 Filings or powder sprinkled on joint surfaces or mixed 
with flux. 

6 Alloy sprayed on joint surfaces. 

7 Surface "tinned" with alloy by dipping or other methods. 
To get the complete story on how preplacement may help you, 
call our nearest warehouse sales oflfice. 



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Standard Size 


Inches per 
Troy Ounce! 


3/32' WIRE (COILS) 


29 


Vie' WIRE (COILS) 


66 


3/64* WIRE (COILS) 


116 


Vsz' WIRE (COILS) 


264 


^.OZO" STRIP tCOILS) 


10 


♦.OlO" STRIP (COILS) 


20 


♦.005' STRIP (COILS) 


40 


*.003" STRIP (COILS) 


67 



EASY-FLO 45 & EASY-FLO 35 



Standard Size 


Inches per 
Troy Ounce! 


V32' WIRE (COILS) 


30 


Vie' WIRE (COILS) 


68 


V64' WIRE (COILS) 


120 


V32' WIRE (COILS) 


272 


*.020'' STRIP (COILS) 


10 


*.010' STRIP (COILS) 


21 


*.005' STRIP (COILS) 


41 


*.003'' STRIP (COILS) 


69 




*ln widths of % " or more. 

fA troy ounce is about 10% heavier than an avoirdupois ounce — that is, 
one troy ounce equals 1.097 avoirdupois ounces. One avoirdupois pound 
equals 14.583 troy ounces. 

Easy-Flo 3: A special purpose alloy available in the same forms as 
Easy-Flo, also in octagonal wire for shipyards. 

Special SIxest Standard gauges meet most requirements, but any 
reasonable gauge wire or strip can be supplied. Also available in: 
Fine filings and powders from 20 to 200 mesh, washers or rings 
to specifications. Wire and Strip in special cut lengths. 



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This section of the Metalog lists many of these. 

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Clad Plates and Heads 224-228 

Fasteners 

Bolts 219 

Cotter Pins 219 

Escutcheon Pins 219 

Nails 219 

Nuts 219 

Rivets 219 

Screws 219 

Threaded Brass Rod 219 

Washers 219 

Fittings 

Pipe— Screwed 220 

Pipe-Welding 220 

Rack and Rail 220 

Tools-Tube Fabricating 219 

Tube 219 

Valves.. 220 

Gripper Slings 221 

Insulation Netting 222 

Metallic Caulking Compound 222 

Shim Stock 223 

Thread Lubricants 221 

Thread Sealers ...221 

Valve Lubricants 221 

Wire Cloth 221 

Wire Rope 221 



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these are listed below. To get 
literature, call or write our 
nearest office. 

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Harper Computer of 
Corrosion Resistance 

Nu-Rail & Speed-Rail 
Slip-On Fittings 

Parker Tube Fitting Catalog 

Parker Tube Fitters Manual 



Flowline — Stainless Steel 
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Adapters 
Welding, Brazing 
Tools 

Tubing systems joined by Parker fittings incorporate many 
advantages for Hnes carrying liquids or gases. Because most 
tubing has relatively thin walls with high strength values, it is 
light in weight, compact, and can be readily formed to the con- 
tours of machines and equipment. With Parker fittings, fabri- 
cation is clean, joints are tight, and maintenance is simple. 
Parker fittings are manufactured to exacting specifications for 
different applications. Catalogs, technical data and additional 
information are available from our nearest warehouse sales office. 
When ordering tube fittings, always give the complete part 
number which includes designations of size, shape and type, and 
materials. Ordering information is provided in every Parker 
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The following tube fittings are available: 

Triple-lok 3-piece Flare Tube Fittings 
Ferulok Flareless Tube Fittings 
Intru-lok Flareless Tube Fittings 
Ridg-lok Compression Tube Fittings 
Adapter Fittings 

Weld-lok Socket Type Tube Fittings 
Braze-lok Socket Type Tube Fittings 
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FABRICATING TOOLS 

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Flange Pipe Fittings 

Flanges 

Rack and Handrail Fittings 



Pipe, rack and handrail fittings are selected and stocked by us 
to meet your most exacting requirements. High quality materials 
and workmanship plus superior engineering performance guide 
•us in our choice and assure you of receiving dependable per- 
formance in all your piping jobs. 

Catalogs and technical literature are yours free of charge. For 
more information, call or write our office nearest you. 



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WELDING FITTINGS 



FLOWUNE FITTINGS 

Aluminum, 
Stainless Steel, 
Monel, Nickel 



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An extensive line of Flowline weld fittings are carried in stock for 
you. These quality fittings are cold formed by an exclusive 
Flowline Corporation process which produces a smooth, cor- 
rosion-resistirjg surface. Castings are not used in the manufacture 
of Flowline fittings; they are made from forged or wrought alloys 
to eliminate porosity. Ends are machined, not ground, to prevent 
grit inclusions, which are sources of welding troubles. 

90° Elbows Straight and Reducing Outlet Crosses 

45"" Elbows Concentric and Eccentric Reducers 

ISC'" Returns Caps 

45° Laterals Straight and Reducing Outlet Tees 

Stub Ends Flanges 

Our representatives are well qualified to assist you'in solving your 
corrosion-resistant piping and fitting problems. Call or write 
for information. 



VALVES 



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Aluminum 
Stainless Steel 
Monel, Nickel 
_ Plastic 

The valves stocked by our warehouses are selected for their 
superiority in engineering design . . . the high quality of their 
materials . . . and the precision with which they have been machined. 

No matter what your control problem may be, it can be solved 
with one or more of the many types of valves offered. 

Remember that no one alloy or series of alloys can be safely 
specified unless the exact working conditions have been given 
careful consideration. 

If you want assistance with your specific valve or piping problems, 

make a date with our representative. 

Some of the valves supplied are listed below. 

Ball, Gate, Globe and Angle, *'Y", Check, Drain 
Cocks, Needle, Plug, Relief, Two-way, Three-way, 
Shut-Off, Globe Needle. Angle, Pet Cocks. 



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THREAD LUBRICANTS* 

PARKER THREAD SEALERS AND VALVE LUBES 



Item 



UNIPAR 



Application 



Packaging 



GENERAL-PURPOSE ANTI-STEZE Vo PINT CAM 

AND SEALING COMPOUND 



SEALUBE ANTI-SrEZE FOR FUEL OR OIL 

SYSTEM PARTS OF 
ALUMINUM 



1 POUND CAN 



THREADLUBE 



ANTI-SiEZE FOR ALUMINUM 
BRASS AND STEEL THREADS 



1 POUND CAN 



FERULUBE 



TO PREVENT GALLING OF 

THREADED PARTS. AND EASE 
WRENCH TORQUE 



FUELUBE . 



^2 POUND 

TUBE 
T POUND CAN 



VALVE LUBRICANT FOR OIL OR T POUND CAN 
GASOLINE SERVICE 



*Alcoa Threod Lubricant — Stocked in % oz. Jars 



WIRE ROPE 

Non-Corroilve Wire Ropes 

"■ These wire ropes are manufactured in several sizes and construc- 
^ tions to nneet varied service requirements. They are used a great 

deal for operating, hoisting, and control ropes in the marine, 
canning, textile, refining and chemical industries. 

- Non-Corrosive wire ropes give longer, safer service where cor- 
rosion would destroy standard carbon steel rope. There are 

- Stainless Steel, Monel, and Phosphor Bronze ropes. 

Please get in touch with our oflfice for recommendations and prices 

INDUSTRIAL WIRE CLOTH 

~ SPECIFICATIONS 

A complete line of industrial wire cloth in all standard sizes of 

- mesh and in all common weaves. Special sizes and weaves available. 
Wire cloth up to 200 mesh is supplied in standard 100-foot lengths, 
m widths of 24 ^ 30 ", 36 ", 42 " and 48 ". Special cut lengths and 
widths supplied from mill to specification. 

METALS AND ALLOYS 
Industrial wire cloth is available in Aluminum, Brass and Copper, 
Phosphor Bronze, Monel, Nickel, Inconel, Nickel-Chromium. 
Stainless Steel, Iron and Galvanized, Tungsten, Molybdenum 
and special alloys. 

\ GRIPPER SLINGS ~ ~ 

Gripper Slings are made from woven wire, and are available in 
ii„lT/f" f ^ specifications for heavy duty, general use, or 
hght duty. Any meta or alloy may be used in the manufacture 
ot Oripper S ings and are available on special order. Monel or 
stainless steels are recommended if corrosion or heat conditions 
are to be encountered. Special Neoprene and Clear PVC plastic 
covered Gripper Slings are also available for extreme delicate 
handling of smooth or polished loads. 

All Gripper Sling handles are heat treated for extra strength 
and each set can be rigged in either a basket or choke hitch. 
Gripper Slings have unlimited uses in general material handling, 
or as a production tool in processing or assembly jobs. Use them 
with any crane, portable or stationary hoist, 
and d^r^ o^ce nearest your for additional information, prices 



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Monet and Stainless Steel 



This insulation netting comes in standard rolls of 48'' x 300', 
covering 1200 square feet. Its packaged weight is approximately 
86 pounds. The wire is .028" diameter, in 1" Hex netting. It is 
also available from the mill in cut lengths. 



METALLIC 

CAULKING COMPOUND ' *'"'"""*'* 

Alumilastic is an aluminum-base, elastic compound designed for 
sealing any joint or connection that must be made absolutely 
water-tight and weatherproof. It is widely used in the Automotive, 
Railroad and Car Building, Marine, Aircraft and Building 
Industries. 

Alumilastic is available in 7 standard consistencies, ranging from 
brushing to putty, and is packaged as follows: 

Containers Standard PackagUig 

50/55 gal. drums 
5 gal. pails 

1 gal. can 4 per case 

% gal. can. 18 per case 

3^8 gal. can 32 per case 

1/16 gal. can 60 per case 

Cartridges Collapsible Aluminum Tufcies 

2" X ^Yi" Plastic Spouted 14^ oz. 

2" X 8" Plain Unspouted 6 oz. 

2" X 10" Plain Unspouted 33^ oz. 

Cartridges are available in "C" Consistency only. PLAIN 
CARTRIDGES are used with standard barrel-type caulking 
guns, SPOUTED CARTRIDGES with cradle-type guns. When 
cartridges are required, please do not order tubes. 

For information concerning your specific application, call our 
nearest warehouse sales office. 



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Laminated Shim Co., 


Inc. 


SHIM STOCK 




Brass and Steel Shim Stock 
6" X 100'' Rolls in Cartons 


Thickness 


Pounds per Roll | 


Thickness 
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Pounds 1 


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(in inches) 


Brass 


Steel 


Brass 


Steel 


.001 


.35 


.35 


.006 


1.32 


1.21 


.0015 


.46 


.46 


.007 


1.53 


1.40 


.002 


.54 


.54 


.008 


1.69 


1.58 


.003 


.73 


,73 


.009 


1.89 


1.79 


.004 


.93 


.88 


.010 


2.25 


2.18 


.005 


i.11 


1.07 









SHIM STOCK 



Thickness 
(in inches) 



Bross and Steel Shim Stocic 
Two, 6''x 25'' Sheets 
Flat in Envelopes 



Pounds in Envelope 



Brass 



Steel 



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.012 


1.3 


1.2 


.015 


1.7 


1.3 


.020 


1.9 


1.8 


.025 


2,4 


2.2 


.032 


3.0 


2.8 



OTHER SHIM STOCK 

Shim Stock, in .002 and .003 Laminated Brass, is available in 
overall thicknesses from .006" to 14'' y in flat sheets in sizes 8" x 8", 
8" X 12", 8" X 24", 8" x 36", 8" x 48". In addition, kits are available 
that contain several rolls of shim stock in various thicknesses. 
Call our nearest warehouse sales office for additional information. 



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CLAD STEEL PLATES 



Nickel, Inconel, and 
Monel-Clad Steels 
Stalnles$-Glad Steels 
Economy in Heavy Construction 



Nickel-Clad, Inconel-Clad, and Monel-Clad Steels are products 
of Lukens Steel Company, Coatesville, Pa., developed for heavy 
processing and transportation equipment, where they afford the 
benefits of pure Nickel, Inconel or Monel at low cost. 

These bi-metals consist of a cladding layer of Nickel, Inconel, or 
Monel permanently bonded by hot rolling to a heavier base plate 
of steel. They are so produced that no separation of the layers 
occurs under any normal condition of temperature change, pressure, 
vacuum or mechanical shock and they can be bent, formed or 
welded without danger of buckling or peeling. 

All of these clad materials are available in a wide range of sizes 
in thicknesses from ^4& inches up, with cladding normally 10% to 
20% of the total plate thickness. Other percentages up to 50% 
are also available. 



A large Inconel-Clad 
Paper Mill Digester. The 
superior corrosion resist- 
ance of Inconel-Clad Di- 
gesters enable them to 
give years of trouble-free 
service. 




Niclcel-Clad Collondrio 
pons used in sugar re- 
fineries to combat corro- 
sive effects of acid wash 
liquids. 



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CLAD PLATES 
(Continued) 



MoMl-Clad — Inconel-Clad — 
Nlckvl-Clad — Stainless-Clad 



These are commercial economical corrosion-resistant bi-metals 
with a surface of alloy sheet and a base of steel plate hot rolled 
together, making a perfect bond. 

The alloy normally constitutes from 10% to 20% of the total 
thickness of the plate. 



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CLAD STEEL 
FORMED HEADS 



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Flanged Only Head 




Elliptical Dished Head ^ 



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Flanged Head with 
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Flanged and Dished, Belted Head 



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Flanged Only and Belled Head Flanged Head with foed in Flange 



Flared Dished Head 



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This section is designed to give you information on weights 

not found in other parts of the catalog. The tables 

on the following pages contain weights that are commonly 

used. If the information you want is not listed here, 

please contact our nearest warehouse sales office. 

We will be happy to help you get the data you need. 



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WEIGHTS 



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Circles 249 

Conversion Factors 239, 250-252 

Hexagonal Bars .237 

Pipe 241,242 

Plates 234 

Rectangular Bars 238,239 

Round Rod. 235 

Sheets 229-234 

Square Bars 236 

Square Tutiing 242 

Strip. 230-233 

Strip Steel 248 

Systems of Weights.. 249 

Tubing 242-247 

Tubing Formulations 247, 248 

Wire 240 



THEORETICAL WEIGHTS 

The weights shown in this 
section, and throughout the 
rest of the Metalog, have been 
carefully compiled and checked 
and are assumed to be theoret- 
ically correct. Their exactness 
cannot be guaranteed, how- 
ever, since variations must be 
expected in actual practice. 

Please be sure to get in touch 
with our nearest warehouse 
sales office if you have any 
questions on weights. We will 
do our best to be helpful. 



ORDER BY DECIMALS 

For accuracy in filling orders 
we strongly recommend the use 
of decimal parts of an inch 
rather than gauge numbers to 
indicate thickness. 



TELEPHONES OF OFFICES 
AND WAREHOUSES 

New York, New York 

WOrth 4-2800 

Carteref, N. J . . . YOrktown 9-2000 
Cambridge, Mass. 

TRowbridge 6-4680 

Harrison N. J. . .HUmboldt 5-5900 
Philadelphia, Pa..BAidwin 9-2323 



Baltimore, Md 
Buffalo, N. Y . . . 
Syracuse, N. Y . 
Windsor, Conn. 
Rochester, N. Y . 



..Windsor 4-2000 
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COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF SHEETS 



Gauge 
Num- 
ber 



In Pounds per Square Foot 



B. & S. GAUGE 
(Rounded off at 4 decimals) 



Decimal 
Equiva- 
lent in 
Inches 



1100 
Alumi- 
num 



Brass 



Copper 



U. S. S. GAUGE 

(Carried out to 4 decimals) 



Decimal 
Equiva- 
lent in 
Inches 



Monel 



Stainless 
Steel 
18-8 



For weights of other metals use Conversion Factors on pages 250 and 251 
For dose decimal comparison of gauge thicknesses, see table at back of 
Data Section, 



40 


.0031 
.0035 


.0437 
- .0494 


.1366 
.1542 


.1437 
.1623 








39 






38 


.0040 


.0564 


.1763 


.1855 


.0062 


.2903 


.2646 


37 


.0045 


.0635 


.1983 


.2087 


.0066 


.3087 


.2814 


36 


.0050 


.0706 


.2203 


.2318 


.0070 


.3226 


.2940 


35 


.0056 


.0790 


.2468 


.2597 


.0078 


.3594 


.3276 


34 


.0063 


.088 


.2776 


.2921 


.0085 


.3963 


.3612 


33 


.0071 


.099 


.3129 


.3292 


.0093 


.433 


,395 


32 


.0080 


:il2 


,3525 


.3709 


.0101 


.470 


.427 


31 


.0089 


.124 


.3922 


.4127 


.0109 


.502 


.459 


30 


.0100 


.140 


.4406 


.4637 


.0125 


.576 


.525 


29 


.0113 


.158 


.4979 


.5240 


.0140 


.650 


.591 


28 


.0126 


.176 


.5552 


.5842 


.0156 


.719 


.656 


27 


.0142 


.198 


.6257 


.6584 


.0171 


.793 


.722 


26 


.0159 


.222 


.7006 


.7373 


.0187 


.827 


.788 


25 


.0179 


.250 


.7887 


,8300 


.0218 


.965 


.919 


24 


.0201 


.280 


.8857 


.9320 


.0250 


1.148 


1.05 


23 


.0226 


.315 


.9958 


1.048 


.0281 


1.286 


1.18 


22 


.0254 


.353 


1.115 


1.173 


.0312 


1.424 


1.31 i 


21 


.0285 


.398 


1.256 


1,321 


.0343 


1,562 


1 .44 


20 


.0320 


.447 


1.410 


1.484 


.0375 


1.700 


1.58 


19 


.0359 


.501 


1.582 


1.665 


.0437 


1.975 


1.84 


18 


.0403 


.563 


1.776 


1.869 


,0500 


2,297 


2.10 


17 


.0453 


.632 


1,996 


2.100 


.0562 


2.572 


2.37 


16 


.0508 


.717 


2.238 


2.355 


.0625 


2.848 


2.63 , 


15 


.0571 


.806 


2.516 


2.648 


-0703 


3.216 


2,95 


14 


.0641 


.905 


2.825 


2.972 


.0781 


3.583 


3.28 I 


13 


.0720 


1.016 


3.173 


3,338 


.0937 


4.272 


3.94 


12 


.0808 


1.14 


3.560 


3.747 


.1093 


5.007 


4.59 


11 


.0907 


1.279 


3.997 


4.206 


.1250 


5.742 


5.25 


10 


.1019 


1.437 


4.490 


4.725 


.1406 


6.431 


5.91 


9 


.1144 


1.612 


5.041 


5,304 


.1562 


7.166 


6.57 i 


8 


. 1 285 


1.813 


5.662 


5.958 


.1718 


7.855 


7.22 


7 


.1443 


2.036 


6.358 


6.691 


.1875 


8.590 


7.985 


6 


.1620 


2.286 


7.138 


7.512 


.2031 


9.325 


8.650 


5 


.1819 


2.567 


8.015 


8.434 


.2187 


10.01 


9.315 


4 


.2043 


2.883 


9.002 


9.473 


.2343 


10.75 


9.981 


3 


.2294 


3.237 


10.11 


10.64 


.2500 


11.48 


10.646 


2 


.2576 


3.635 


11.35 


11.94 


.2656 


12.24 


11.310 


1 


.2893 


4.083 


12,75 


13.41 


,2812 


12.96 


11.977 



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233 



COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF SHEETS AND PLATES 



In Pounds per Square Foot 



Thickness 
in incties 



Decimal 
Equiv- 
alent 



1100 
Aluminum 



Brass 



Copper 



Monel 



Stainless 
Steel 
18-8 



STEi 



In 



1 I 



HA^ 



^Az 


.0313 


.442 


1.377 


1.449 


1.424 


1.31 


»/i6 


.0625 


.882 


2.754 


2.898 


2.848 


2.63 


»^» 


.0938 


1.32 


4.131 


4.347 


4.272 


3.94 


Vs 


.1250 


1.76 


5.508 


5.796 


5.742 


5.25 


«^2 


.1563 


2.21 


6.885 


7.245 


7.166 


6.57 


'Af 


.1875 


2.65 


8.262 


8.694 


8.590 


7.985 


'Az 


.2188 


3.09 


9.640 


10.145 


10.01 


9.315 


V* 


.2500 


3.53 


11.02 


11.59 


11.48 


10.646 


»/^i 


.3125 


4.41 


13.77 


14,49 


14.33 


13.308 


% 


.3750 


5.29 


16.52 


17.39 


17.23 


15.968 


Mi 


.4375 


6.17 


19.28 


20.29 


20.07 


18.630 


Vi 


.5000 


7.06 


22.03 


23.18 


22.97 


21.291 


Vi« 


.5625 


7.94 


24.79 


26.08 


25.81 


24.185 


% 


.6250 


8.82 


27.54 


28.98 


28.71 


26.614 


^Vl6 


.6875 


9.70 


30.29 


31.88 


31.56 


29.276 


Vi 


.7500 


10.58 


33.05 


34.78 


34.45 


31.937 


*Vl6 


.8125 


11.47 


35.80 


37.67 


37.44 


34.599 


Vs 


.8750 


12.35 


38.56 


40.57 


40.19 


37.260 


»Vl6 


.9375 


13.23 


41.31 


43.47 


43.20 


39.922 


1 


1.0000 


14.11 


44.06 


46.37 


45.94 


42.582 


lVl6 


1.0625 


14.99 


46.82 


49.27 


4B.96 


45.244 


1V8 


1.1250 


15.87 


49.57 


52.16 


51.84 


47.905 


IVie 


1.1875 


16.76 


52.33 


55.06 


54.72 


50.567 


IVi 


1.2500 


17.64 


55.08 


57.96 


57.42 


53.228 


iVit 


1.3125 


18.52 


57.83 


60.86 


60.48 


55.890 


tH 


1.3750 


19.40 


60.59 


63.76 


63.36 


58.550 


IVie 


1.4375 


20.28 


63.34 


66.65 


66.24 


61.212 


iMi 


1.5000 


21.17 


66.10 


69.55 


68.90 


63.873 


IVie 


1.5625 


22.05 


68.85 


72.45 


72.00 


66.535 


iVs 


1.6250 


22.93 


71.60 


75.35 


74.88 


69.196 


I'Vie 


1.6875 


23.81 


74.36 


78.25 


77.76 


71.858 


1 Vi 


1.7500 


24.69 


77.11 


81.14 


80.39 


74.519 


1»Vl6 


1.8125 


25.58 


79.87 


84.04 


83.52 


77.181 


IVs 


1.8750 


26.46 


82.62 


86.94 


86.40 


79.843 


nvis 


1.9375 


27.34 


85.37 


89.84 


89.28 


82.504 


2 


2.0000 


28.22 


88.13 


92.74 


91.87 


85.164 



For weights of other metals use Conversion Factors on pages 250 and 251 



234 



COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF ROUND ROD 



Diameter 
in Inches 



Decimal 
Equiv- 
alent 



1100 
Aluminum 



In Pounds per Foot 



Brass 



Copper 



Monet 



Stainless 
Steel 
18-8 



Vl6 


.0625 


.0036 


.0113 


-0119 


,011 


.010 


Va 


.125 


.0145 


.0452 


.0474 


.047 


.042 


Vl6 


.1875 


.0324 


.1017 


.1067 


.106 


.094 


V4 


.250 


.0577 


.1808 


.1897 


.188 


.167 


Vl6 


.3125 


.0901 


.2826 


.2964 


.294 


.261 


% 


J75 


.1297 


.4069 


.4268 


.423 


,376 


Vl6 


.4375 


.1766 


.5538 


.5809 


.575 


.511 


Vz 


.500 


.2306 


.7234 


.7587 


.752 


.668 


Vl6 


.5625 


.2919 


.9155 


.9602 


.951 


.845 


% 


.625 


.3604 


1.130 


1.185 


1.17 


1.043 


»Vl6 


.6875 


.4361 


1.368 


1.434 


1.42 


1.262 


y* 


.750 


.5190 


1.628 


1.707 


1,69 


1.502 


»Vl6 


.8r25 


.6091 


1.910 


2.003 


1.98 


1.763 


Vs 


.875 


,7064 


2.215 


2.324 


2.30 


2.044 


^Vie 


.9375 


.811 


2.543 


2.667 


2.64 


2.347 


1 


1.000 


.9227 


2.893 


3.035 


3.01 


2.670 


1Vl6 


1.0625 


1.0416 


3.266 


3.426 


3.39 


3.015 


IVa 


1.125 


1.1677 


3.662 


3.841 


3.81 


3.380 


lVl6 


1.1875 


1.3012 


4.080 


4.279 


4.24 


3.766 


1 Vi 


1.250 


1.4417 


4.521 


4.742 


4.70 


4.172 


lVl6 


1.3125 


1.5895 


4.984 


5.228 


5.18 


4.600 


1% 


1.375 


1.7445 


5.470 


5.738 


5.68 


5.049 


IVis 


1.4375 


1.9066 


5.979 


6.271 


6.21 


5,518 


IVz 


1.500 


2.076 


6.510 


6.828 


6.76 


6.009 


1Vl6 


1.5625 


2.2527 


7.064 


7.409 


7.34 


6.519 


1% 


1.625 


2.4364 


7.640 


8.014 


7.94 


7.051 


l*Vl6 


1.6875 


2.6276 


8.239 


8.642 


8.56 


7.604 


1 V4 


1.750 


2.8257 


8.861 


9.294 


9.21 


8.178 


l^Vie 


1.8125 


3.0312 


9.505 


9.970 


9.88 


8.773 


iVs 


1.875 


3.2437 


10.17 


10.67 


10.6 


9.388 


1»Vl6 


1.9375 


3.4637 


10.86 


11.39 


11.3 


10.02 


2 


2.000 


3.6908 


11,57 


12.14 


12.0 


10,68 


2Vs 


2.125 


4.166 


13.07 


13.70 


13.6 


12.06 


ZVa 


2.250 


4.671 


14.65 


15.36 


15.2 


13.52 


2% 


2.375 


5.204 


16.32 


17.12 


17.0 


15.06 


2V2 


2.500 


5.767 


18.08 


18.97 


18.8 


16.69 


2 5/8 


2.625 


6.358 


19.94 


20,91 


20.7 


18.40 


2V4 


2.750 


6.978 


21.88 


22.95 


22.7 


20.20 


2% 


2.875 


7.627 


23.92 


25.08 


24.9 


22.07 


3 


3.000 


8.304 


26.04 


27.31 


27.1 


24.03 


3V4 


3.250 


9.746 


30.56 


32.05 


31.8 


28.21 


3V2 


3.500 


11.30 


35.45 


37.18 


36.8 


32.71 


3V4 


3.750 


12.98 


40.69 


42.68 


42.3 


37.55 


4 


4.000 


14.76 


46.30 


48.56 


48.1 


42.73 


4V4 


4.250 


16.67 


52.27 


54.82 


54.3 


48.23 


41/2 


4.500 


18.68 


58.59 


61.45 


60.9 


54.07 


5 


5.000 


23.07 


72.34 


75.87 


75.2 


66.76 


51/2 


5.500 


28.00 


87.52 


91.80 


90.9 


80.78 


6 


6.000 


33.22 


104,21 


109.3 


108 


96.13 




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S 



For weights of other metals use Conversion Foctors on pages 250 and 251 



235 



[MA 



1Q 





mnidfc^iLCT 



COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF SQUARE ROD 



Size 
in Inches 



Decimal 
Equiv- 
alent 



1100 
Aluminum 



In Pounds per Foot 



Brass 



Copper 



Monel 



Stainless 
Steel 
18-8 



Vl6 


.0625 


.0046 


.0144 


.0151 


.015 


.013 


Vs 


.125 


.0183 


,0576 


.0604 


.060 


.053 


Vl6 


.1875 


.0413 


.1295 


.1358 


.134 


-120 


Va 


.250 


.0734 


.2303 


,2415 


.239 


.213 


Vie 


.3125 


.1148 


.3598 


.3773 


.374 


.332 


% 


.375 


.1652 


.5181 


.5434 


,538 


.478 


Vl6 


.4375 


.2249 


.7051 


.7396 


.733 


.651 


Vz 


.500 


.2937 


.9210 


.9660 


.957 


.850 


Vl6 


.5625 


.3717 


1,166 


1 .223 


1.21 


1.076 


% 


.625 


.4589 


1.439 


1.509 


1.50 


1.328 


»Vl6 


.6875 


.5553 


1.741 


1.826 


1.81 


1.607 


y* 


.750 


.6608 


2.072 


2.174 


2.15 


1.913 


»Vl6 


.8125 


.7756 


2.432 


2.551 


2.53 


2.245 


yg 


.875 


.8994 


2.821 


2.958 


2.93 


2.603 


»Vl6 


.9375 


1.0325 


3.238 


3.396 


3.36 


2.988 


1 


1.000 


1.1748 


3.684 


3.864 


3,83 


3.400 


lVl6 


1.0625 


1.3262 


4.159 


4.362 


4,32 


3.838 


\y% 


1.125 


1.4868 


4.663 


4.890 


4.85 


4.303 


lVl6 


1.1875 


1.6567 


5.195 


5.449 


5.40 


4.795 


1V4 


1.250 


1.8356 


5.756 


6.038 


5.98 


5.313 


1Vl6 


1.3125 


2.0238 


6.346 


6.656 


6.59 


5.857 


1% 


1.375 


2.2211 


6.965 


7.305 


7,24 


6.428 


1Vl6 


1.4375 


2.4276 


7-613 


7.985 


7.91 


7.026 


lyz 


1.500 


2.6433 


8.289 


8.694 


8.61 


7.650 


lVl6 


1.5625 


2.862 


8.994 


9.434 


9.35 


8.301 


IVs 


1.625 


3.1021 


9.73 


10.20 


MO.l 


8.98 


tiVie 


1.6875 


3.34 


10.49 


11.00 


10,9 


9.68 


IV* 


1.750 


3.5978 


11.28 


11.83 


11.7 


10.41 


l>Vl6 


1.8125 


3.85 


12.10 


12.69 


12.6 


11,17 


lys 


1.875 


4.1301 


12.95 


13.58 


13.5 


11.95 


WVl6 


1.9375 


4.40 


13.83 


14.51 


14.4 


12.76 


2 


2.000 


4.6992 


14.74 


15.46 


15.3 


13.60 


2y8 


2.125 


5.419 


16.64 


17.45 


17.3 


15.35 


2y4 


2,250 


6.076 


18.65 


19.56 


19,4 


17.21 


2% 


2.375 


6.769 


20.78 


21.80 


21.6 


19.18 


2y2 


2.500 


7.500 


23.03 


24.15 


23.9 


21.25 


2V8 


2.625 


8.269 


25.39 


26.63 


26.4 


23.43 


2 3/4 


2.750 


9.076 


27.86 


29.22 


28.9 


25.71 


2yB 


2.875 


9.919 


30.45 


31.94 


31.6 


28.10 


3 


3.000 


10.80 


33.16 


34.78 


34,5 


30.60 


aVi 


3.250 


12.41 


38.77 


40.81 


40.4 


35,9 


3V2 


3.500 


14.39 


44.96 


47.33 


46.9 


41.7 


33/4 


3.750 


16.52 


51.62 


54.34 


53.8 


47.8 


d 


4.000 


18.80 


58.73 


61.82 


61.2 


54.4 



For weights of other metals use Conversion Factors on pages 250 and 251 



236 



COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF HEXAGONAL ROD 



In Pounds par Foot 



Size 
in Inches 



Decimal 
Equiv- 
alent 



1100 
Aluminum 



Brass 



Copper 



Monel 

and 

Nickel 



Steel 



? 



rl 



^Af 


.0625 


.004 


.0125 


.0131 


.013 


.012 


H 


.125 


.0158 


.0499 


.0523 


.052 


.046 


Vi« 


.1875 


.0358 


.1122 


.1176 


,117 


.104 


V4 


.250 


.0631 


-1994 


.2091 


.207 


.184 


Vis 


.3125 


.0990 


.3116 


.3268 


.324 


.288 


% 


- .375 


.1431 


.4487 


.4706 


.466 


.414 


Vl6 


.4375 


.1948 


.6107 


.6405 


.635 


.564 


^A 


.500 


.2543 


.7976 


.8366 


.829 


.736 


Vie 


.5625 


,3219 


1.009 


1.059 


1.05 


.932 


Vb 


,625 


.3974 


1 .246 


1.307 


1.30 


1.15 


^Vh 


.6875 


.4810 


1,508 


1.582 


1.57 


1.39 


Va 


:750 


.5722 


1.795 


1.882 


1.87 


1.66 


>Vl6 


.8125 


.6716 


2.106 


2.209 


2.19 


1.94 


Vs 


.875 


.7789 


2.443 


2.562 


2.54 


2.25 


lVl6 


.9375 


.8931 


2.804 


2.941 


2.91 


2.59 


1 


1.000 


1.016 


3.190 


3.346 


3.32 


2.94 


lVl6 


1.0625 


1.148 


3.602 


3,778 


3.74 


3.32 


n/s 


1.125 


1.287 


4.038 


4.235 


4.20 


3.73 


1 Vl6 


1.1875 


1.433 


4.499 


4,719 


4.67 


4.15 


1V4 


1.250 


1.588 


4.985 


5.229 


5.18 


4.60 


1*Af 


1.3125 


1.751 


5.496 


5.765 


5.71 


5.07 


1% 


1.375 


1.922 


6.032 


6,327 


6.27 


5.57 


l^Ae 


1.4375 


2.100 


6.593 


6.915 


6.85 


6.08 


liA 


1.500 


2,286 


7.178 


7.529 


7.46 


6,63 


l»A« 


1.5625 


2.484 


7.789 


8.170 


8.09 


7.19 


lys 


1.625 


2.687 


8.425 


8.836 


8.75 


7.77 


1"/16 


1.6875 


2.897 


9.085 


9.529 


9.43 


8.38 


IVi 


1.750 


3.12 


9.77 


10.25 


10.2 


9.02 


l»Vl6 


1.8125 


3,34 


10.48 


10.99 


10.9 


9,67 


lys 


1.875 


3.58 


11.22 


11.76 


11.7 


10.35 


t>Vl6 


1.9375 


3,82 


11.98 


12.56 


12.4 


11.05 


2 


2.000 


4.07 


12.76 


13.39 


13.3 


11.78 


2y, 


2.125 


4.59 


14.41 


15.11 


15.0 


13,30 


2V4 


2.250 


5.15 


16.15 


16.94 


16.8 


14.91 


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2.375 


5.74 


18.00 


18.88 


18.7 


16.61 


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2.500 


6,36 


19.94 


20.91 


20.7 


18.40 


2H 


2.625 


7,01 


21.98 


23.06 


22.8 


20.29 


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2.750 


7,69 


24.13 


25.31 


25.1 


22,27 


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2.875 


8.41 


26.37 


27.66 


27.4 


24.34 


3 


3.000 


9.16 


28.71 


30.12 


29.8 


26.50 


31/4 


3,250 


10,75 


33.58 


35.35 


35.0 


31.1 


314 


3,500 


12.46 


38.94 


40.99 


40.6 


36.07 


33/4 


3.750 


14.31 


44.71 


47.06 


46.6 


41.4 


4 


4.000 


16.28 


50.86 


53.54 


53.0 


47.11 



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For weights of ofher metals use Conversion Factors on pages 250 and 251 



237 



COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
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238 



w 



COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF RECTANGULAR BARS 
(Continued) 



Based on Steel In Pounds 
per Foot 



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CONVERSION FACTORS 

For the Weight of | M ultiply the Weight of Steel by 

ALU M INU M (1 1 00) 345 

ALU M INU M (2024) 352 

BRASS ^ -083 

COPPER , 1.131 

MONEL OR NICKEL .1.120 

1 8-8 STAINLESS STEEL 1 -007 



239 




c ► 



T 



m 



COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF WIRE 


Pound! p«r 1 0OO Feet 


Diameter 


1100 
Aluminum 


Brass 


Copper 


Monel 


B. &S. 

Gauge 


Decimal 


and 
Nickel 



40 


.0031 




.0276 


.0299 


.0297 
.0375 
.0473 
.0596 
.0752 


39 


.0035 




.0352 


.0377 


38 


.004 




.0460 


.0476 


37 


.0045 




.0582 


.0600 


36 


.0050 


.023 


.0719 


.0757 


35 


.0056 


.029 


.0902 


.0954 


.0948 


34 


.0063 


.036 


.1141 


.1203 


.1195 


33 


.0071 


.046 


.1449 


.1517 


.1508 


32 


.0080 


.058 


.1840 


.1913 


.1901 


31 


.0089 


.074 


.2277 


.2413 


.2398 


30 


.0100 


.093 


.2875 


.3042 


.3023 


29 


.0113 


.120 


.3671 


.3836 


.3812 


28 


.0126 


.150 


.4564 


.4837 


.4807 


27 


.0142 


.190 


.5796 


.6100 


.6062 


26 


.0159 


.230 


.7267 


.7692 


.7644 


25 


.0179 


.290 


.9210 


.9699 


.9638 


24 


.0201 


.380 


1.161 


1.223 


1.215 


23 


.0226 


.490 


1.468 


1.542 


1.532 


22 


.0254 


.590 


1.855 


1.945 


1 .933 


21 


.0285 


.750 


2.335 


2.452 


2.437 


20 


.0320 


.940 


2.944 


3.092 


3.073 


19 


.0359 


1.20 


3.705 


3.899 


3.875 


18 


.0403 


1.50 


4.669 


4.917 


4.886 


17 


.0453 


1.90 


5.899 


6.200 


6.161 


16 


.0508 


2.30 


7.418 


7.8ie 


7.769 


15 


.0571 


3.10 


9.372 


9.858 


9.796 


14 


.0641 


3.80 


11.81 


12.43 


12.35 


13 


.0720 


4.80 


14.90 


15.68 


15.58 


12 


.0808 


6.00 


18.77 


19.77 


19.65 


11 


.0907 


7.60 


23.65 


24.92 


24.76 


10 


.1019 


9.60 


29.85 


31.43 - 


31.23 


9 


.1144 


12.10 


37.62 


39.63 


39,38 


8 


.1285 


15.20 


47.47 


49.98 


49.67 


7 


.1443 


19.30 


59.86 


63.02 


62.63 


6 


.1620 


24.20 


75.44 


79.46 


78.96 


5 


.1819 


30.50 


95.11 


100.20 


99.57 


4 


.2043 


38.50 


120.00 


126.40 


125.61 


3 


.2294 


48.50 


151.30 


159.30 


158.30 


2 


.2576 


61.20 


190.70 


200.90 


199.64 


1 


.2893 


77.20 


240.60 


253.30 


251.72 


1/0 


.3249 


97.40 


303.40 


319.50 


317.50 


2/0 


.3648 


122.80 


382.50 


402.80 


400.28 


3/0 


.4096 




482.30 


507.90 


504.73 
636.50 


4/0 


.4600 




608.30 


640.50 









For weights of other metals use Conversion Factors on pages 250 and 251 



240 



COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF PIPE 



Standard Pipe Size 
in Pounds per Foot 
Wall Shown for Brasf 



Nominal 


Outside 


Wall 


6061 


85 








1 


Size 


Diameter 


Thickness 


6063 


Red 


Steel 


Monel 




r 


in Inches 


in Inches 


in Inches 


Aluminum 


Brass 










i/g .405 .0620 .085 .253 .245 .276 




V^ .540 .0825 .147 .4496 .425 .478 






3/g .675 .0905 .196 .6302 .568 .639 






1/2 .840 .1075 .294 .9381 .851 .958 






3/^ 1.050 .1140 .391 1.271 1.131 1-27 




J 


1 1.315 .1265 .581 1.791 1.679 1.89 






11/^ 1.660 .1460 .786 2.633 2.273 2.56 




1 


11/i ' 1.900 .1500 .940 3.127 2.718 3.06 




1 


2 2.375 .1565 1.264 4.136 3.653 4.11 




1 


2V2 2.875 .1875 2.004 6.003 5.793 6.52 




1 


3 3.500 .2190 2.621 8.56 7.576 8.53 




P 


31/2 4.000 .2500 3.151 11.17 9.109 10.3 


OP 




4 4.500 .2500 3.733 12.66 10.79 12.1 


z 




41/2 5.000 .2500 


D 




5 5.563 .2500 5.057 15.85 14.62 16.4 


• 




6 6.625 .2500 6.564 18.99 18.97 21.4 


•0 


1 


7 7.625 .2815 


TI 


8 8.625 .3125 9.878 30.95 28.55 32.2 


m 


1 


9 9.625 .3440 




10 10.750 .3655 14.000 45.22 40.48 


g 


11 11.750 .3750 50.82 46.25 


z 
< 


12 12.750 .3750 17.14 55.28 50.71 


ni 


NOTE: Pipe is manufactured to Schedule 40, and wall thickness varies 


IS 


slightly. Weight per f 

COMPARATIVE 
OF PIPE (Contin 


oot is for Schedule 40. 




z 


UfFinUTC 1 Extra Heavy Pipe Size 

J 1 In Pound, per Foot 
Ued] 1 Wall Shown for Brass 


FACTOR* 


Nominal 


Outside 


Wall 


6061 


85 






ft 


Size 


Diameter 


Thickness 


6063 


Red 


Steel 


Mjonel 


1 


in Inches 


in Inches 


in Inches 


Aluminum 


Brass 






f 


y 405 .100 .109 .363 .3145 .354 
lA .540 .123 .185 .611 .5351 .603 


J A- 


f 




% 675 .127 .256 .829 .7388 .832 
u 840 .149 .376 1.23 1.0988 1.23 


1 




r 




3/. 1 050 .157 .510 1.67 1.474 1.66 






1 1.315 .182 .751 2.46 2.172 2.45 






IV4 1.660 .194 1.037 3.39 2.997 3,37 






liA 1 900 .203 1.256 4.10 3.631 4.09 






2 2.375 .221 1.737 5.67 5.022 5.66 






214 2.875 .280 2.650 8.66 7.661 8.63 






3 3.500 .304 3.547 11.6 10.25 11.5 






31/2 4.000 .321 4.326 14.1 12.50 14.1 






4 4.500 .341 5.183 16.9 14.98 16.9 






ji 1 / c nnn 375 ....... 






4 Vi D.UUU .01^ • 

5 5.563 .375 7.188 23.2 20.78 23.4 






6 6.625 .437 9.884 32.2 28.57 32.2 






7 7.625 .500 38.05 






8 8.625 .500 15.01 48.4 43.39 48.9 






9 9.625 .500 48.73 






10 10.750 .500 22.25 61.1 54.74 







241 






m. 



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COMPARATIVE WEIGHTS 
OF PIPE (Continued) 



Nominal 

Size 

(in Inches) 



Outside 
Diameter 
In Inches 



Double Extra Heavy Pipe Size 
in Pounds per Foot 
Wall Shown for Brass 



Wall 
Thickness 
in Inches 



85 
Red 
Brass 



Copper 



Steel 



Vz 


.840 


.294 


1.912 


1.955 


1.714 


% 


r.050 


.308 


2.723 


2.783 


2.440 


1 


1.310 


-358 


4.081 


4.172 


3.659 


11/4 


1.665 


.382 


5.816 


5.945 


5.214 


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1.905 


.400 


7.148 


7.306 


6.408 


2 


2.370 


.436 


10.07 


10.29 


9.029 


2% 


2.870 


.552 


15.28 


15.61 


13.695 


3 


3.505 


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20.73 


21.19 


18.583 


3% 


4.000 


.636 


25.49 


26.05 


22.850 


4 


4.500 


.674 


30.72 


31.40 


27.541 


4H 


5.000 


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37.09 


32.530 


5 


5.563 


.750 


43.00 


43.96 


38.552 


6 


6.625 


.864 


59.30 


60.61 


53.160 


7 


7.625 


.875 






63.079 


8 


8.625 


.875 


80.78 


82.57 


72.424 



WEIGHT OF SQUARE 
STEEL TUBING 








Wall 








Wall 






Size 
Out- 


Thicl(nes$ 


Size 
Inside 


Pounds 
per Foot 


Size 
Out- 
side 


Thickness 


Size 
Inside 


Pounds 


side 


Inches 


B. W. 

Gauge 


Inches 


B. W. 

Gauge 


per Foot 


V4 


.035 


20 


.180 


.1023 


IV4 


.049 


18 


1.152 


.8003 




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18 


.152 


.1339 




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16 


1.120 


1 .0474 


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20 


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1.3170 




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10 


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2.0336 




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y% 


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18 


1.277 


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16 


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1.245 


1.1579 


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16 


1.370 


1.2684 




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1.334 


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7 


2.640 


6.9025 




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2.524 


8.9389 




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14 


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1.0348 


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7 


3.640 


9.3503 




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12 


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1.3207 




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IVs 


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242 



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246 



ROUND TUBES - WEIGHTS 
BY INSIDE DIAMETERS 

To determine the weight per foot of a tube of a given inside 
diameter; — to the weight given for the size and gauge by O.D. 
in the preceding table, add the weight given below for the cor- 
responding thickness of wall by Stubs Gauge. The sum will be the 
weight in pounds per lineal foot by inside diameter. 



Thickness of Woii by Stubs Gouge — Pounds to be Added 
to O.D. Weight 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


2.08 


.187 


1.55 


1.31 


1.12 


.954 


.750 


.630 


.507 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


.416 


.333 


.275 


.209 


.159 


,120 


.098 


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19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


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.006 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


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.004 


.003 


.002 


.002 


.001 


.001 


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.0004 




CALCULATING WEIGHT 
OF ROUND TUBES 



To Determine the Weight in 
Pounds per Lineal Foot of a 
Seamless Tube: 



When O.D. is given: 

Subtract wall thickness from O.D. 
Multiply by gauge 
Multiply by — 

11,5736 for Brass 

12.1768 for Copper 

When I.D, is given: 

Add wall thickness to I.D. 
Multiply by gauge 
Multiply by — 

11,5736 for Brass 

12.1768 for Copper 

The above factors are arrived at by using a density of 0.037 
pound per cubic inch for Yellow Brass and 0.323 pound per cubic 
inch for Deoxidized Copper. 



247 



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T 



VtfEIGHTS 



STEEL TUBING 
WEIGHT FORMULAS 



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All weights are theoretical and predicated upon a cubic inch of 
steel weighing .2833 pound. Actual shipping weights may vary 
somewhat from these theoretical weights due to variations en- 
countered in manufacturing practices. 

Round Seamless 

W-10.68 (D-t)t 
W = weight in pounds per foot 

D = outside diameter in inches and decimals of an inch 
t = wall thickness in decimals of an inch 



Square Seamless 

W-13.60 (D-t)t 

W = weight in pounds per foot 

D = outside diameter in inches and decimals of an inch 

measured at right angles to the sides 
t = wall thickness in decimals of an inch 

Rectangular Seamless 

W = 6.7992 (A+B-2t)t 
W = weight in pounds per foot 

A and B = the two outside dimensions in inches measured at 
right angles to the sides 
t = wall thickness in decimals of an inch 

Conversion Formulas 

Monel = steel weightXl.126 
Nickel = steel weightXl.133 
Inconel = steel weight X 1.084 
Copper = steel weight X 1.140 





Approximate Weight 


1 of TOO Lineal Feet 








Cold Rolled Strip Steel 1 


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Thick- 




Thick- 




Thick- 




Thick- 




ness 


Wt 


ness 


Wt. 


ness 


Wt. 


ness 


Wt. 


inches 


lbs. 


inches 


lbs. 


inches 


lbs. 


inches 


lbs. 


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3.4 


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16.7 


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32.3 


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4.1 


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.050 


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37.2 


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4.4 


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.058 


19.7 


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40.8 


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4.8 


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21.1 


.125 


42.5 


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5.1 


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.065 


22.1 


.134 


45.6 


.016 


5.4 


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.072 


24.5 


.148 


50.3 


.018 


6.1 


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.078 


26.6 


.165 


56.1 


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6.5 


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.083 


28.2 


.180 


61.3 


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6.8 


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31.9 


.187 
.250 


63.8 
85.0 



248 



SYSTEMS OF WEIGHTS 



UNITED STATES AND BRITISH. THE GRAIN IS THE UNIT. 
! GRAIN=. 0647987 GRAMS 

AVOIRDUPOrS 

NET TON = 2000 POUNDS 

= .892857 GROSS TONS 
GROSS TON = 2,240 POUNDS 
HUNDREDWEIGHT= 1 12 POUNDS 

POUND= 1.215278 TROY POUNDS 
STONE= .125 CWT. 



Grains 


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175 TROY OUNCES=192 AVOIRDUPOIS OUNCES 
1 POUND TROY = .822857 POUNDS AVOIRDUPOIS 



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WEIGHTS OF CIRCLES | 

The Circumference and Areas of Circles tables on pages 340 to 
345 can be used to determine quickly the weights of circles. 
Simply multiply the AREA in SQUARE FEET by the weight per 
square foot (see pages 229 and 234) of the metal. 

For example, if you want the weight of a H" thick, 23" diameter 
brass circle ... 

MULTIPLY 5.508 pounds (weight per square foot of 

Vs" brass) 
BY 2.8853 (area in Square Feet) 

15.892 + pounds 



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Based On Pure Aluminum 
(1100) — Density 2.71 

Weight .0979 Lbs. Per Cu. Inch 



3003 

ALCLAD 3003 
2011 
2017 
2024 

ALCLAD 2024 
4043 
5005 
5050 
5052 
6061 
6062 
6063 
7075 

ALCLAD 7075 

BRASS 

COPPER 

MONEL 

NICKEL 

STEEL 

ZINC 



1.01 
1.01 
1.04 
1.03 
1.02 
1.02 
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.99 
.99 
.99 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.03 
1 .03 
3.10 
3.30 
3.24 
3.26 
2.89 
2.62 



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TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 
TIMES 



WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
WEIGHT OF 
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1100 
1100 
1 100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 
1100 



ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 
ALUMINUM 



WEIGHT CONVERSION 
FACTORS (Continued) 



Based on Brass — Density 8.46 
Weight .306 Lbs. Per Cu. Inch 



COMMERCIAL BRONZE 

(90%) 
COPPER 

LOW BRASS iBO%) 
LOW BRASS (85%) 
MONEL 
NICKEL 

NICKEL SILVER (18%) 
PHOSPHOR BRONZE (5%) 
TOBIN BRONZE 
INCONEL 
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(10% CLAD) 
MUNTZ METAL 
ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE 
STEEL 

1 100 ALUMINUM 
2017 ALUMINUM 



1.039 

1.052 

1.023 

1.033 

1.063 

1.07 

1.033 

1.046 

0.994 

1.023 



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XWEIGHT 
XWEIGHT 
XWEIGHT 
XWEIGHT 
XWEIGHT 
XWEIGHT 
XWEIGHT 
XWEIGHT 
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OF BRASS 

OF BRASS 

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OF BRASS 

OF BRASS 

OF BRASS 

OF BRASS 

OF BRASS 

OF BRASS 



1.045 XWEIGHT OF BRASS 

1.00 XWEIGHT OF BRASS 

1.00 XWEIGHT OF BRASS 

0.94 XWEIGHT OF BRASS 

0.324 XWEIGHT OF BRASS 

0.337 XWEIGHT OF BRASS 



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WEIGHT CONVERSION 
FACTORS (Continued) 

ALUMINUM —WROUGHT 

(1100) 
ALUMINUM —CAST 
BRASS 
CAST IRON 
COPPER 

INCONEL 

LEAD 

MAGNESIUM 

MONEL 

NICKEL 

STEEL 

ZINC 



Weight of Metals 
per Cubic Inch 



WEIGHT CONVERSION 
FACTORS (Continued) 



DURANICKEL aulOY 301 
INCOLOY ALLOY 800 
INCONEL ALLOY 600 
INCONEL ALLOY X-7Fi0 
MONEL ALLOY 403 
MONEL ALLOY K-500 

MONEL ALLOY 501 

MONEL ALLOY R-405 
NICKEL 200 
NI-O-NEL ALLOY 825 



,0979 LBS. 
.0924 LBS. 
.306 LBS. 
.260 LBS. 
.318 LBS. 
.307 LBS. 
.411 LBS. 
.0629 LBS. 

.319 LBS. 

.321 LBS. 

.293 LBS. 

.2598 LBS. 



PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 
PER CUBIC INCH 



Conversion Factors of 

Inco Alloys 

Based on Monel — Density 8.80 



.934XWEIGHT OF MONEL 

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1.003 XWEIGHT OF MONEL 

.956XWEIGHT OF MONEL 

.956 XWEIGHT OF MONEL 

1.00 XWEIGHT OF MONEL 

1.006 XWEIGHT OF MONEL 

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Alloy or Metal 


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Alloy or Metal 


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ALUMINUM 
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2011 


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2017 
2024 




COPPER 1.14187 

MONEL 1.14187 


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4043 




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5052 
5056 




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6151 
7075 
7178 




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Chemical Composition 

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Mechanical Properties. . . .256-260 
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Physical Properties 262,263 

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Physical Properties 270-275 

Tube Applications 279 

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Circles— Circumference and 
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Comparison of Gauges 354 

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Inches and Fractions into 

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Cutting Rates for Stainless 

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ALUMINUM AND 
ITS ALLOYS 

Aluminum's weight is about one-third that of other commonly- 
used metals. It is highly-resistant to the corrosive action of the 
atmosphere and many chemical compounds. It has high thermal 
and electrical conductivity. It reflects radiant energy, ranging 
from the short wave lengths of ultra-violet to the long waves of 
heat, electromagnetic, and radio. In addition, aluminum fabricates 
easily. It can be welded by all commercial methods. 

The compounds comprising aluminum are colorless, and cause no 
harmful action on the human system. Ordinarily, aluminum is 
inert. But it can be made into a strong reducing agent by heating 
to very high temperatures, or by introducing certain chemicals, 
especially strong alkalis. When made into a reducing agent, 
aluminum is used to reduce refractory metals from their ores, and 
remove gases from molten steel. 

ALCOA ALUMINUM ALLOYS are formed by combining com- 
mercially pure aluminum with small amounts of other metals. 
Each alloy is designed to have certain characteristics that make 
it superior to other alloys for specific applications. Since it is 
important for designers and aluminum users to have information 
readily available on the qualities of the various alloys, the following 
pages contain short explanations on each alloy.* 

There are two classes of Alcoa Aluminum Wrought Alloys: 

1 Nonheat-treatable alloys, whose harder tempers are de- 
veloped by strain hardening (cold work). Included in this 
group are Alloys 1100, 3003, 5052. 

2 Alloys whose harder tempers are produced by heat treat- 
ment. This group consists of Alloys 2017, 2024, 6053, 7075. 

Both groups have a wide range of tensile properties. However, the 
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1100 and 3003 

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easier than 3003. However, because 3003 has greater strength, it 
is often used instead of 1100, even though minor changes in design 
and tools may be necessary to permit economical manufacture. 
Both 1100 and 3003 are used to manufacture drawn cooking 
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similar articles. The temper of 1100 or 3003 sheet may vary from 
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HEAT-TREATABLE ALLOYS 



Heat-treatable alloys ojffer a wide range of properties to meet the 
many requirements of structural applications. 



2017 

2017 is the oldest of the heat- treatable alloys. Although it has 
largely been replaced by 2024 in applications requiring strengths, 
it is still used in many cases where light weight is a factor, and a 
strength comparable to that of steel is sufficient. 

2024 

2024 is similar to 2017 in composition and in many of its character- 
istics. But it is stronger. In fact, until the development of 7076, 
2024 was the strongest aluminum alloy commercially available. 
2024 is produced in practically all commercial forms. It is available, 
also, as an Alclad product in sheet and plate. Because of their 
high strengths, 2024 and Alclad 2024 are the principal alloys used 
in aircraft production. 

7075 

7075 is a high-strength alloy. 7075-T6 (solution heat-treated and 
then artificially aged) has a very high tensile and yield strength, 
but cannot be formed as readily as 2024-T6. The workability of 
7075-O (in the annealed condition) is as good as 2024-O. If 7075-T4 
(solution heat-treated) is formed within a few days after quenching, 
it forms more easily than 2024-T4. And if the forming is delayed 
for a longer period of time, it still forms as easily as 2024-T4. 
7075 can be heated for several hours at 350° F. to permit hot 
forming, without reducing its strength or resistance to corrosion. 
The endurance limit of 7075-T6 is the highest of any of the wrought 
aluminum alloys. 

6053 and 6061 

Both 6053 and 6061 are characterized by moderately high strength, 
good formability and high resistance to corrosion. However, 6061 
has slightly higher strength and somewhat better formability. As 
a result, 6061 is used more frequently and is commercially available 
in more commodities than 6053. Both alloys age harden to some 
extent at room temperature. But in the "solution heat-treated 
temper" (T4), they can take severe forming even after several 
weeks storage. Maximum strengths are reached by aging the 
heat-treated materials at an elevated temperature. Temper does 
not significantly affect the ability of either 6058 or 6061 to resist 
corrosive attack. Therefore, rapid quenching is not as important 
as with 2024 or 7075 (except as slow quenches may lower the 
properties). In addition, a modified heat-treatment to secure 
special combinations of properties can be used on either 6053 or 
6061 without reducing their ability to resist corrosion. 

2011 

2011 has very good "free-cutting" machining properties. Its other 
mechanical properties are comparable to 2017-T4. When produced 
in the modified heat treatment, 2011-T3 is excellent screw machine 
stock. Experience has proven the machining quality of this stock 
as being equal to that of the free-cutting alloys of other metals 
commonly used for automatic screw machines. 



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ALCLAD PRODUCTS 

Alclad is the name given to alloy products with an aluminum or 
an aluminum alloy surface which has been fused to, and made 
integral with, the base metal core. 

In most cases, the purpose of the surface layer is to afford increased 
resistance to corrosion. The thickness of this surface layer is kept 
at the minimum required for adequate protection. As a result, tne 
composite product retains the maximum of physical properties. 
For thick sheet and plate, the thickness of the surface layers is a 
smaller percentage of the total thickness than for thin sheets. 

TOOL AND JIG PLATI 

Alcoa Tool and Jig Plate is cast. Both sides are machined. It is 
given stress relieval treatment to assure dimensional stability for 
machining. Tool and Jig Plate is free of porosity, inclusions, blows 
and other injurious metallurgical defects. 

AAAJTIONALiNfORMATION 

The Aluminum Company of America has prepared many in- 
formative, technical booklets on aluminum and how to work it. 
This literature is free. To get copies, call or write our nearest 
warehouse or sales office, stating the type of information you 
want. 



TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 
OF WROUGHT ALLOYS 



Alloy 



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TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 
OF WROUGHT ALLOYS (Continued) 



Alloy 



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2M7-T4 

201 8-0 \ 
2018-T61/ * 

2218-T72 

2024-O \ 
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2025-T6 

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5056-O \ 
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6062-O \ 

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6063-T42 
(FORMERLY "F") 
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7075-O \ 
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2.82 0.102 945-1180 

2.80 0.101 1005-1170 

2.77 0.100 935-1180 

2.79 0.101 970-1185 

2.69 0.097 990-1060 

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2.68 0.097 1100-1200 

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2.70 0.098 1080-1205 
2.70 0.098 1080-1205 

2.70 0.098 1140-1205 

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APPROXIMATE RADII FOR 90° COLD BEND 
ALUMINUM AND ALUMINUM ALLOY SHEET 

Minimum permissible radius varies with nature of forming opera- 
tion, type of forming equipment, and design and condition of tools. 
Minimum working radius for a given material or hardest alloy 
and temper for a given radius can be ascertained only by actual 
trial under contemplated conditions of fabrication. 



Alloy and 
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noo-o 

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ALCLAD 2014-T6 



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® Immediately after quenching, this alloy can be formed over appreciably 

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Copper is relatively soft and ductile, and has a high electrical and 
thermal conductivity. It is available in all commercial forms, and 
is readily worked either hot or cold. Copper is highly corrosion 
resistant and is the base metal for many commercial alloys, of 
which brass is the best known. 

Spring Brass is a special yellow brass, produced mainly for high- 
quality brass springs. It has high physical properties, and good 
corrosion resistance. 

Yellow Brass and Munfz Metal are copper alloys with high zinc con- 
tents. All have good physical properties, and are economical 
alloys to use for many applications. However, under certain 
corrosive conditions they are subject to dezincifi cation. They are 
also susceptible to corrosion cracking when subjected to high 
stresses under corrosive conditions. Free-cutting yellow brass is an 
alloy with a substantial percentage of lead added to improve its 
machining properties. This alloy is produced in rod form for screw 
machine work. 

Tobin Bronze* is a high zinc alloy, containing a small percentage 
of tin. It has high strength, fair corrosion resistance, good bearing 
qualities, and good resistance to erosion, and fair fatigue resistance. 
It is widely used for shafts, studs, and stay bolts. 

Extruded Architectural Bronze and Engravers Brass are other high- 
zinc alloys. Engravers Brass is a leaded brass, produced in sheet 
form for operations that require special machining or cutting. 
Extruded Architectural Bronze is produced in many intricate 
extruded shapes for molding, frames, and decorative trim. 

Phosphor Bronze alloys all have similar properties. They have high 
strength, good corrosion resistance, excellent bearing and spring 
properties, and good fatigue resistance. Among the Phosphor 
Bronze alloys, those with higher tin contents have higher physical 
properties. Phosphor Bronze is regularly used in the form of wire, 
sheet and strip (for making springs), and rod (for machining 
bushings and bearings). A free-cutting Phosphor Bronze is avail- 
able for high-speed machining and screw machine work. 

1 8% Nickel Silver is a silvery white alloy of copper, nickel, and 
zinc. It has good corrosion resistance and high physical properties. 
Yet, it is highly malleable and ductile, making it suitable for many 
types of forming operations. 

Additional Information. All of the factors to be considered, and 
the problems likely to be encountered in selecting the proper 
alloy for specific applications, cannot be discussed here. However, 
the technical literature developed by the Technical Staff of the 
American Brass Company is available to you free of cost. 
Just call our nearest warehouse or sales office. We will be happy 
to furnish you with the information and literature you need. 

NOTE: The tabulated values in the following tables are average 
and, because of manufacturing limitations, should not be 
used for specification purposes. Within manufacturing 
limitations and when so specified Anaconda products will 
be manufactured to applicable current ASTM specifi- 
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Chromium-Nickel, Non-Hardenable Gradoi (Auftenltlc) 

This group is made up of alloys containing 
nickel (6.0 to 22.0%) as well as chromium 
(16.0 to 26.0%) as the chief alloying elements. 
Other elements such as molybdenum, titan- 
ium, and columbium may also be present to 
confer special corrosion properties. Except 
for surface hardening, these alloys cannot be 
hardened by heat-treatment, but they can 
be appreciably hardened to varying degrees 
by cold-working. They are non-magnetic 
unless severely cold-worked. When annealed, 
their structure is composed primarily of the 
micro-constituent austenite, and they are 
therefore referred to as "austenitic" stainless 
steels. 

New Stainless Steel Type (Austenltic Group) 
AISI assigned symbol D319 to a new stain- 
less steel type which is sponsored by the 
Chemical Industry Advisory Board. It is 
expected that the new type will eventually 
replace both Types 316 and 317 among 
chemical processing equipment manufac- 
turers. 

Analysis shows that it has a very close 
relationship to Type 317 in chromium and 
nickel content, and is comparable to Type 
317 in molybdenum content. 
(D signifies development) 

Straight Chromium, Hardenable Grades (Martensltic) 

This group includes those grades which have 
chromium as their chief alloying ingredient 
(from 11.5 to 18.0%) and with varying 
amounts of carbon, from approximately .08 
to 1.10%. Nickel is present in Type 414 and 
Type 431, up to 2.50% but is not included in 
other alloys of this group as a principal 
alloying element. Each of these grades can be 
hardened to a high degree by quenching from 
high temperatures. They respond to heat 
treatment much the same as plain carbon and 
low alloy steels. They are magnetic. Because, 
when hardened, their crystalline structure is 
composed primarily of the micro-constituent 
martensite, they are commonly referred to as 
the "martensitic" stainless steels, 

NOTE: Types 420F and 440F have same compositions as 420 
and 440C with addition of "free machining" element. 



403 


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2 00 


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* 


* 




2 00 


1 .00 


.04 


.04 




2 00 


1 .00 


.04 


.04 




2.00 


1.00 


.04 


.04 




2 00 


1.50 


.04 


.04 




2.00 


1.00 


.04 


.04 


MO 1.75-2.50 


2.00 


1.00 


.04 


.04 


Tl 4XC MlN. 


2.00 


1.00 


.04 


.04 


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.15 MAX. 
.15 MAX. 
.15 MAX. 

.15 MAX. 
.15 MIN.t 
.20 MAX. 

.60-. 75 

.75-. 95 
.95-1.10 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


.04 
.04 
.04 

.04 
.04 
.04 

.04 
.04 
.04 


.04 
.04 
.04 

t 

.04 
.04 

.04 
.04 
.04 




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1.25-2.50 
















1.25-2.50 






MO 
MO 
MO 


.75 MAX. 
.75 MAX. 
.75 MAX. 




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STAINLESS ANALYSES 
(Continued) 



Groups 




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Straight Chromium, 
Nen-Hardenabia Grades (Ferrittc) 

This group is made up of alloys also contain- 
ing chromium as the chief alloying element 
(from 14.0 to 27.0%) and with generally low 
carbon contents (from about .08 to .20%). 
Nickel is present in these alloys only as traces. 
Principally because of their higher chromium 
contents, as well as lower carbon contents, 
these alloys do not harden to any appreciable 
extent when quenched from high tempera- 
tures. They are also magnetic. When annealed, 
their crystalline structure is composed pri- 
marily of the micro-constituent alpha ferrite. 
Accordingly, they are referred to as "ferritic" 
stainless steels. 



430 
430F 

442 
446 



14.0-18.0 
M.O-tS.O 

18.0-23.0 
23.0-27.0 



Precipitation-Hardening 

This group has low hardening temperatures 
that avert problems of scaling, distortion, and 
cracking. Armco 17-7 PH is hardened by 
heat-treatment in the range of 900° F. to 
1050° F. after suitable austenite conditionmg 
and transformation to martensite. Armco 17-4 
PH is hardened at 900° F. to 1150° F. by a 
single heat treatment. No stress-relief treat- 17-7ph 
ment is required. Armco PH 15-7 Mo is a 
new higher strength grade similar in com- 17 4pH 
position and structure to 17-7 PH. Molyb- 
denum is added to increase its mechanical 
properties at temperatures up to 1000° F. 
These precipitation-hardening grades are 
commercially available in all forms, can be 
hardened by simple heat treatments, are 
readily fabricated by standard methods, resist 
corrosion without plating or painting and 
possess high strength-weight ratios up to 
900°-1000° F. 



17.00 



16.50 



PH 15-7 
MO ' 



14.0-16.0 



ELC Grades 



304U 



The extra low carbon grades contain a max- 
imum of only 0.03 per cent carbon. This 
amount of carbon is low enough to eliminate 
carbide precipitation adjacent to welds during 3 ^ 6l 
the welding operation. The ELC grades are 
not recommended for use at high temperature. 



18.0-20.0 



16,0-18.0 



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Carbon 



Man- 


Sil- 


Phos- 


Sul- 


ganese 


icon 


phorus 


phur 


Max. 


Max. 


Max. 


Max. 



Other 
Elements 



.12 MAX 


1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 


1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 


.04 
.04 

.04 
.04 


.04 


.12 MAX. 


§ 


35 MAX 


.04 


'.35 MAX. 


.04 



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N^A 





7.00 


.07 




3.50 


.04 


^ 






■ 


6.50-7.75 


.09 


1 

1 







AL 1.10 

CU 3.50 



1.00 1,00 .04 .04 J MO 2.00-3.00 
Iau 0.75-1.50 



8.0-12.0 .03 MAX. 
10.0-14.0 .03 MAX. 



MO 2.0-3.0 



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(Continued) 

Type 301 

This typical austenitic alloy can be used in place of 18-8 alloys in 
some cases when the application does not require as high corrosion 
resistance and drawing and forming properties as the 18-8 alloys 
possess. Its chief advantages over 18-8 grades are its greater 
stiffness and tensile strength, and its lower cost in sheet and 
strip form. 

Type 301 is especially satisfactory for such products as cream 
separator discs, flatware, trays, novelties, bar equipment, and 
decorative applications. 

Type 302 
18-8 

Essentially this is the basic grade and the most commonly used of 
all the chromium-nickel stainless steels. It retains an untarnished 
silvery surface under atmospheric conditions and has excellent 
heat oxidation resistance up to approximately 1600° F. In the 
annealed condition it is non-magnetic. Although it cannot be 
hardened by heat treatment its hardness and tensile strength may 
be considerably increased by cold working. 

Because of its great ductility and exceptional toughness, it can be 
severely drawn, spun, rolled, machined or otherwise worked in the 
cold state. Its welding properties are outstanding. 

Type 302 is widely used for hotel, restaurant and dairy equipment. 
It will withstand most of the corrosive solutions encountered in the 
textile, paper, chemical, processing and food handling industries. 

Type 303 
18-8 Free Machining 

Type 303 is similar in mechanical, physical, and corrosion-resisting 
properties to Type 302. It contains an addition of sulphur or 
selenium and phosphorus to improve machinability. 

While Type 302 may be machined at speeds up to about 45%, 
Type 303 can be used at speeds over 75% of those employed for 
Bessemer screw stock. Like Type 302 it is non-magnetic unless 
work hardened. 

Type 304 
18-8 Low Carbon 

This grade is similar to Type 302 except that a maximum carbon 
content of .08% is guaranteed. The lower carbon content was 
developed to minimize susceptibility to intergranular corrosion 
which may result from the carbon separation that takes place in 
high carbon 18-8 alloys when the metal is heated within the 
temperature range of 900° F.-1650° F. In welding, this temperature 
gradient is always encountered a slight distance on each side of the 
weld, in which area carbide separation takes place. 

Type 304 is especially recommended for welded construction where 
severe corrosive conditions are encountered, such as in the dairy, 
chemical, paper and textile industries. This low carbon grade is 
not ordinarily required for welded construction subjected only to 
atmospheric conditions. 



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STAINLESS ANALYSES 
(Continued) 

Typoi 304Land 316L 
Extra Low Carbon 

Armco 18-8 ELC (Type 304L) and 18-12 Mo ELC (Type 316L) 
are extra low carbon alloys that offer better corrosion resistance 
adjacent to welds. These alloys contain a maximum of only 0.03 
per cent carbon. This amount of carbon is small enough to eliminate 
harmful carbide precipitation adjacent to welds during the welding 
operation. 

These extra low carbon grades are recommended only for welded 
equipment made for service below the lower sensitizing temperature 
of 800° F.' — especially when corrosive conditions are severe. 
They are not recommended for use at high temperature. 

It is not necessary to anneal welds made with the ELC types, 
except when specifications call for stress-relieved welds. Both 
304L and 316L grades can be highly polished with no surface 
blemishes. 

Type 309 
25-12 

This chromium-nickel alloy resists destructive heat scaling at 
temperatures as. high as 2000° F. It retains considerable strength 
and toughness at elevated temperatures, is ductile, workable, 
easily welded, machinable, and has excellent corrosion resistance. 

Type 309 is widely used for annealing furnace inner covers, kiln 
linings, furnace parts, linings and supports, oil and gas combustion 
chambers, regenerative and recuperative preheater^. 



Type 316 
18-12 Mo 

This chromium-nickel alloy has a low carbon and high nickel 
content, and contains 2 to 4% molybdenum. Its corrosion resistance 
is somewhat better than chromium-nickel grades without mo- 
lybdenum — particularly in reducing acid environment. The 
molybdenum tends to increase passivity, improves the alloy's 
corrosion resistance in general, and helps minimize pitting or pin 
hole corrosion under certain conditions. This grade has good creep 
strength at elevated temperatures. 

Type 316 is used principally in the textile, paper, and chemical 
industries, especially where sulphite or various dye and bleaching 
solutions are present. 

Types 321 and 347 
1 8-8 Stabilized 

When ordinary chromium-nickel stainless steels are heated within 
the range of 900° to 1600° F. as the result of welding, heating in 
fabrication, or heating in service, the areas subjected to these high 
temperatures undergo a change in structure. This change, called 
"carbide precipitation", involves the migration of carbon to the 
grain boundaries where it combines with chromium to form 
chromium carbides. This depletion of chromium within the grain 
boundaries results in a loss of corrosion resistance. 

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STAINLESS ANALYSES 
(Continued) 

Typei 321 and 347 
1 8-8 Stoblllxed (Continued) 

The Titanium in Type 321 and the Columbium in Type 347 are 
strong carbide-forming elements. Because they combine with 
carbon more readily than does chromium, they minimize the 
formation of chromium carbides, thus leaving the chromium in 
solution. In this condition it has the most beneficial effect on 
corrosion resistance. 

Type 321 and' 347 are used principally for welded equipment which 
cannot be annealed and quenched after welding, and where service 
conditions are too severe to permit the use of low carbon 18-8 
stainless steels. They are also used in welded equipment which 
must undergo a stress relieving anneal. These grades are suitable 
for equipment used in the 900°- 1600° F. critical range of carbide 
precipitation. 



Typo 410 
12 Chromium 

This straight chromium magnetic grade can be hardened by heat 
treatment up to 400 BrinelL It has good creep strength and is 
extensively used for cold-headed screws, bolts, rods, pistons and 
valve parts operating at temperatures up to 850° F. Although 
Type 410 may stain, it will resist progressive corrosion from steam, 
carbonic acid, crude oil, blood, perspiration and ammonia. 

Foundry flasks, cutlery, coal sizing screens, conveyor parts, coal 
and coke chutes, and furnace or stove parts where temperatures 
do not exceed about 1250° F. are a few successful applications 
of Type 410. 



Type 416 
12 Chromium Free Machining 

This is a free machining grade with properties and corrosion 
resistance similar to those of Type 410. Because of its high sulphur 
content it can be machined at speeds approaching '85% of those 
used for Bessemer screw stock. Type 416 has become one of the 
most widely used stainless steels because it can be machined at 
high rates and it often can be placed in service in the "as machined 
condition" without heat treatment. 



Type 420 
13 Chromium .35 Carbon 

This alloy, capable of heat treatment to high hardness, is used for 
cutlery, dental and surgical instruments, bearings and similar 
applications. As is the case with the other high-carbon grades, the 
corrosion resistance of Type 420 is best when it is in the hardened 
and stress relieved condition. In this condition it will have a hard- 
ness range of 470-530 BrinelL Type 420 can be machined at 45% 
of the speeds used for Bessemer screw stock. 



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STAINLESS ANALYSES 
(Continued) 

Type 430 
14-18 Chromium 

This high chromium, low carbon stainless steel has good mechanical 
and physical properties, good corrosion resistance to many dilute 
organic acids and very dilute salt solutions, and has excellent 
resistance to nitric acid. It withstands destructive heat scaling 
up to about 1550^ F. 

Type 430 when welded is susceptible to grain growth with some 
loss in ductility and toughness. For this reason it is not recom- 
mended for welded sections which will be exposed to shock or 
vibration in-service. 

Because of its strength, toughness, and resistance to heat oxidation, 
as well as chemical and atmospheric corrosion, Type 430 is used 
in range oil burners, heat exchanger flues, oil and gas furnace 
combustion chambers, and annealing furnaces. 

Type 430 F 
14-18 Chromium Free Machining 

This grade combines the high corrosion resistance of Type 430 
with the excellent free machining qualities of Type 416. It is well 
suited for use in automatic screw machines and it may be machined 
at speeds better than 85% of those used for Bessemer screw stock. 
The properties are similar to those of Type 430 except that the 
good cold-forming capacity of Type 430 is sacrificed for machin- 
ability. 

Although it has not been in commercial production as long as Type 
416, the combination of higher corrosion and heat resistance, and 
excellent machinability of Type 430F has greatly extended its use 
when hardening or heat treatment is not required. It will not 
discolor in ordinary atmospheres and is therefore widely used for 
products which must remain bright under relatively severe 
conditions. 

Type 440 A, B, C, 
17 Chromium High Carbon 

These three high carbon grades have progressively higher carbon 
contents. In the hardened and strain-relieved condition Type 
440-A has a hardness range of 500 to 560 Brinell, Type 440-B 
from 520 to 590 Brinell, Type 440-C from 540 to 620 Brinell. 
These alloys are used for applications where the highest physicals 
as well as excellent corrosion resistance are needed. Solenoid 
valves, abrasion resisting nozzles, high grade cutlery, are made 
from these grades. 

Type 446 
23-27 Chromium 

This non-hardenable, straight chromium alloy has excellent cor- 
rosion resistance as well as the ability to withstand destructive 
heat scaling under oxidizing conditions at temperatures as high as 
2100° F. Although slightly superior to Type 309 in resistance to 
oxidation. Type 446 is not as strong or ductile, nor are its welding 
characteristics as good. Type 446 has been used successfully under 
carburizing conditions. 

Typical applications are furnace floor plates and oil burner com- 
bustion chambers and target plates. 



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STAINLESS ANALYSES 
(Continued) 

Typ9 17-4 PlTond 17-7 PH 
16.00 — 17.00 CKromium 

These precipitation-hardening stainless steels have corrosion 
resistance surpassing that of the best hardenable standard stainless 
steels, and in some conditions equal to that of 18-8. They can be 
deep drawn and severely formed. They have yield strengths in 
tension and compression, and high tensile strengths. 
Both 17-4 PH and 17-7 PH have low hardening temperatures that 
avert problems of scaling, distortion, and cracking. 17-7 PH is 
hardened by high heat in the range of 900° F. — 1400° F. 17-4 PH 
is hardened at 850° F. — 1150° F. 

Both alloys have excellent welding characteristics, and are ma- 
chinable in the annealed or solution-treated conditions, and in the 
hardened condition. 

Type PH 1 5-7 MO 
14.00-16.00 Chromium 

This precipitation-hardening stainless steel is a new and higher 
strength alloy possessing an outstanding combination of room 
temperature and elevated temperature mechanical properties. 
Molybdenum is added to increase its mechanical properties over 
17-7 PH at temperatures up to 1000° F. 

Supplied in a wide range of sheet, strip, plate bar and wire forms, 
this alloy provides similar transforming and hardening characteris- 
tics to 17-7 PH during heat treatment. 

Type 17-14 CU-MO 

Armco 17-14 Cu-Mo Stainless Steel is a special high temperature 
alloy economical in price and fabrication, and outstanding in 
high-stress, long-time service at temperatures up to 1500° F. 
This alloy was developed to supply the needs of manufacturers 
of aircraft, gas turbines, high temperature steam turbines, boilers, 
superheaters, petroleum cracking stills, reaction vessels, fasteners, 
and other such high temperature equipment. 

Type 17-10 P 

Armco 17-10 P is one of the newest stainless steel grades. It was 
developed for use in applications requiring high strength with low 
magnetic permeability. 

The principal use for this new grade is in naval programs where 
the combination of strength and low magnetic permeability is a 
necessity. The nearest competitive materials are alloys that contain 
large percentages of extremely critical elements. Armco 17-10 P 
has been used as a substitute for "K" Monel and beryllium 
copper with a considerable saving in cost and critical elements. 
Competitively priced common materials are only about half as 
strong while comparable alloys in strength are either too expensive 
or too high in critical elements, or both. 

This grade is a precipitation-hardening grade and is one of the 
chromium-nickel stainless steels that hardens by heat treatment. 



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STAINLESS FINISHES 



STAINLESS STEEL SHEET, BAR, AND PLATE FINISHES 



Finish 


Name 


Description 


Sheet 


Plate 


Bar 


HR 


HOT ROLLED 


DARK OXIDE 
FINISH 




X 




HRA 


HOT ROLLED, 
ANNEALED 


DARK OXIDE 
FINISH 




X 


X 


NO. 1 


HOT ROLLED, 
ANNEALED 
PICKLED 


WHITE PICKLED 
FINISH 


X 


X 


X 


NO. 2D 


DULL FULL COLD 
DRAWN FINISH 


SMOOTH, DULL, 
COLD-ROLLED 
FINISH 






X 


NO. 2B 


BRIGHT FULL 
FINISH 


SMOOTH, BRIGHT, 
COLD-ROLLED 
FINISH 


X 






NO. 3 


STANDARD 
POLISH 


100 GRIT FINISH 
WITH COARSER 
POLISHING LINES 
THAN #4 


X 






NO. 4 


STANDARD 
POLISH 


BRIGHT SATIN 
FINISH WITH 
VERY FINE 
POLISHING LINES 


X 


X 


X 


NO. 6 


STANDARD 
POLISHED, TAM- 
PICO BRUSHED 


SOFT-LUSTERED, 
VELVETY FINISH 


X 


X 




NO. 7 


HIGH LUSTRE 
POLISH 


GLOSSY. BRIGHT. 
BUFFED FINISH 


X 


X 


X 



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" The table on the following pages contains data that gives the 

resistance of Stainless Steel, Types 302, 316, and 430, to various 
"^ chemical media. 

-• The key to the letters used in the table is: 

-, Full Resistance ^ 

Satisfactory Resistance B 

) Fair Resistance C 

Slight Resistance ^ 

No Resistance E 





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This data should be regarded as indicative, and used as a basis 
for recommendation. It is not a basis for guarantee. 

When questions arise concerning the stability of a metal for a 
specific application, call our nearest warehouse or sales office. 
We will be happy to help you. 



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CORROSION DATA 
(Continued) 



Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



ACETIC ACID, 5% Agitated. 70° 

5% Aerated .70° 

5% 100° 

5% 180° 

10% Agitated 70° 

10% Aerated 70° 

10% 100° 

10% 180° 

10% Boiling 

10% 60° 

15% 100° 

15% 180° 

15% Boiling 

20% Agitated 70° 

20% Aerated 70° 

20% Aerated 180° 

33% 70° 

33% 100° 

33% 180° 

33% Boiling 

40% Aerated 180° 

50% 70° 

50% Boiling 

60% 60° 

60% 100° 

60% 180° 

60% Boiling 

80% ...70° 

80% 100° 

80% 180° 

80% .Boiling 

90% Aerated 180° 

100% 70° 

100% 100° 

100% 180° 

100% Boiling 

100%— 150-lb. Press 400° 

ACETIC ANHYDRIDE 

(90% Anhydride) 70° 

(90% Anhydride) 180° 

(90% Anhydride) Boiling 

Aerated (90% Anhydride). . .180° 

60% Anhydride 180° 

30% Anhydride 180° 

ACETIC ACID VAPORS, 

30% Hot 

100% Hot 

ACETONE 70° 

Boiling 

ACETYL CHLORIDE Cold 

Boiling 
ACETYLENE 70° 

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Type 


Type 


Type 


316 


302 


430 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


A 


A 


D 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


C 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


D 


A 


A 


D 


A 


C 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


C 


A 


A 


D 


A 


A 




A 


C 




A 


A 




A 


A 


C 


A 


C 


E 


A 


A 


C 


A 


A 


D 


A 


■ A 




B 


C 




A 


A 


C 


A 


A 


D 


A * 


A 




B 


D 




A 


C 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


C 


B 


C 




C 


E 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


A 


A 


C 


C 


D 




B 


B 




B 


D 




B 


C 




C 


E 




A 


A 


B 


A 


A 




B 


B 




B 


B 




A 


A 


A 



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Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



Type 
302 



ACID SALT MIXP 
10% H2SO4 Sp. G. 1.07 

+ 10% CUSO4 • 5 H2O Boiling 

10% H2SO4 Sp. G. 1.07 

+2% FeSOi . 7 H2O Boiling 

ALCOHOL, ETHYL 70*^ 

Boiling 

ALCOHOL, METHYL 70° 

150° 

ALUMINUM, Molten 1400° 

ALUMINUM ACETATE 

Saturated 70° 

Saturated Boiling 

ALUMINUM CHLORIDE 

10% Quiescent 70° 

25% Quiescent 70° 

ALUMINUM FLUORIDE. . .70° 
ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE 

Saturated 70° 

ALUMINUM SULPHATE, 

5%.. ..150° 

10% .....70° 

10% Boiling 

Saturated 70° 

Saturated Boiling 

ALUMINUM CHROMIUM 

Sulphate 5% 70° 

Sp. G, 1.6 Boiling 

ALUMINUM POTASSIUM 
SULPHATE 

(Alum), 2% 70° 

10% 70° 

10% Boiling 

Saturated Boiling 

AMMONIA (Dry or Moist) 

All concentrations 70-212° 

AMMONIA (Anhydrous) 800° up 

AMMONIUM 

HYDROXIDE 70° 

Boiling 
AMMONIUM 

BICARBONATE ...70° 

Hot 
AMMONIUM BROMIDE, 

5% 70° 

AMMONIUM CARBONATE 

1% Quiescent 70° 

5% Quiescent 70° 

1% Aerated 70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

1% Agitated 70° 

5% Agitated 70° 

Continued on next page 



Type 

430 



A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


*C 


C 


E 


E 


E 


A 


A 




A 


A 




C 


D 


D 


C 


D 


D 


c 


D 


D 


A 


*A 


*A 


A 


*A 


*A 


A 


*A 


*B 


A 


*B 


*C 


A 


*A 


*D 


A 


*B 


*E 


A 


*A 
*E 




A 


*A 


*A 


A 


*A 


*B 


A 


*B 


*C 


B 


*C 


*D 


A 


A 


A 


E 


E 


E 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




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Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



AMMONIUM CHLORIDE 

1% Quiescent 70° 

1 % Aerated TO"* 

1% Agitated 70° 

10% .....Boiling 

20% Boiling 

28% ...Boiling 

,50% Boiling 

AMMONIUM 

CHLOROSTANNATE 

Saturated 70° 

Saturated 140° 

AMMONIUM NITRATE 

All Cone. Agitatedl 70° 

Aerated/ 

Saturated Boiling 

AMMONIUM OXALATE, 

5% 70° 

AMMONIUM 
PERCHLORATE 

10% Boiling 

AMMONIUM 

PERSULPHATE, 5%. 70° 

AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE. 

5% .70° 

AMMONIUM POTASSIUM 
Sulphate (Alum) 

Dilute and Saturated Various 

AMMONIUM SULPHATE 

1% Aerated 70° 

1% Agitated .70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

5% Agitated 70° 

10% Boiling 

Saturated Boiling 

AMMONIUM SULPHITE. . .70° 

Boiling 

ANILINE, 3% 70° 

Concentrated Crude 70° 

ANILINE 

HYDROCHLORIDE . . 70° 
ANTIMONY, Molten . . . 1100° 

ANTIMONY SULPHIDE, 

Molten 1200-1600° 

ANTIMONY 

TRICHLORIDE 70° 

ARSENIC ACID 150° 

BARIUM CARBONATE.. 70° 
BARIUM CHLORIDE, 5%. ^70° 

Saturated 70° 

Aqueous Solution Hot 



Type 
316 



Type 
302 



Type 

430 



A 


*A 


♦A 


A 


*A 


*A 


A 


*A 


*A 


*A 


*A 


*A 


*A 


*A 




*A 


*B 




*A 


*B 




A 


B 




C 


E 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


*A 


*B 


A 


A 


A 


A' 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


*A 


*B 




A 


B 




A 


A 




A 


- A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


D 


E 


E 


E 


E 


E 


E 


E 


E 


D 


E 


E 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


*A 


A 


A 


*A 


*A 


*B 





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292 



CORROSION DATA 
(Continued) 



Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



BARIUM HYDROXIDE 

All concentrations Cold and Hot 

BARIUM NITRATE 

Aqueous Solution Hot 

BARIUM SULPHATE 

(Barytes-Blanc Fixe) 70° 

BEER (Barley Malt & Hops) . . 70° 

3.5%-4.5% Alcohol 160° 

BENZENE (Benzol) 70° 

Hot 

BENZOIC ACID 70° 

BLOOD (Meat Juices) Cold 

BORAX, 5% Hot 

BORACIC ACID, 5% Hot or Cold 

BORIC ACID, Saturated Boiling 

BROMINE— BROMINE 

WATER. 70° 

BUTTERMILK 70° 

BUTYRIC ACID, 5% 70° 

5% ^ 150° 

Aqueous Solution 
Sp. G. .964 Boiling 

CALCIUM CARBONATE. . .70° 
CALCIUM CHLORATE, 

Dilute Cold and Hot 

CALCIUM CHLORIDE, 

Dilute. 70° 

Cone, Solutions . 70° 

CALCIUM 

CHLOROHYPOCHLORITE 

(Bleaching Powder), 1%. . . .70° 

50/ 

CALCIUM 

HYPOCHLORITE, 2%. . . .70° 
Aqueous Solution 

Sp. G. 1.04 100° 

CALCIUM CHLORATE 

Dilute Solution 70° 

Dilute Solution Hot 

CALCIUM HYDROXIDE, 

10% Boiling 

20% Boiling 

50% Boiling 

CALCIUM SULPHATE, 

Saturated 70° 

CADMIUM Molten 

CAMPHOR 70° 

CANE JUICE (Sugar Cane). Hot 

CARBOLIC ACID (Phenol) 

C.P. Plus 10% water Boiling 

C.P 70° 

Continued on next page 



A 

A 



Type 
302 



Type 

430 



A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


*A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


D 


E 


E 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




*A 


*B 


*C 


*A 


*B 


*C 


tB 


tc 




JC 


|C 




tA 


*B 


tc 


tA 


tc 


tc 


A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 




B 


C 




A 


A 


A 


C 


C 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 





A 
A 



A 
A 



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(Continued) 



Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



CARBOLIC ACID (Phenol) (Continued) 

C.P (Boil)360'=' 

Crude 212° 

Crude Boiling 

CARBON BISULPHIDE. . . .70° 

CARBON MONOXIDE GAS. 1400° 

1600° 

CARBON TETRA- 
CHLORIDE, C.P, 70° 

C.P Boiling 

Commercial plus 1% water. .Boiling 
Commercial plus 1% HCl. . Boiling 

CARBONATED WATER 
(Carbonic Acid). 

CARBONATED 
BEVERAGES 
Various concentrations Cold 

CARBONIC ACID 
All concentrations Cold and Hot 

CARNALLITE— Cold 
Saturated 

Solution Boiling 

(KCl . MgCU . 6H2O) 

CAUSTIC SODA (See 
Sodium Hydroxide) 

CHINOSOL ANTISEPTIC 
Aqueous 
Solution, 1-500 dilution 70° 

CELLULOSE 

CHLORACETIC ACID 70° 

CHLORINE GAS, Dry 70° 

Moist 70° 

212° 

CHLORINATED WATER 
Saturated 70° 

CHLORIC ACID . . .70° 

CHLOROBENZENE (Phenyl 

Chloride), C.P 70° 

Boiling 

CHLOROFORM 70° 

CHLOROSULPHONIC ACID 
Dilute 70° 

CHROMIC ACID, 

5% C.P 70° 

10%C,P 70° 

10% C.P Boiling 

50% C.P .....70° 

50% C.P Boiling 

Commercial, 50% 

(Cont. SO3) 70° 

Commercial, 50% 

(Cont. SO3) Boiling 

Continued on next page 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 

A 

A 

*B 

*B 



B 



Type 

302 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 

A 
A 



B 



*D 



Type 

430 



A 
A 

A 



A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


C 


D 


E 


A* 


A 


C 


C 


D 


E 


D 


E 


E 


IB 


tc 


D 


D 


E 


E 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


E 


E 


E 


A 


A 


B 


B 


B 




B 


C 


D 


B 


B 
C 





D 



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294 



CORROSION DATA 
(Continued) 



Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



Type 
302 



CHROMIUM PLATING 

BATH 70^ 

CIDER 70° 

CITRIC ACID. 

5% Quiescent 70° 

5% Quiescent 150° 

10% 70° 

10% Boiling 

15% T 70° 

15% Boiling 

25%) 70° 

25% Boiling 

50%o • 70° 

50% Boiling 

Cone Boiling 

5%— 45-lb. sq. in. Press 284° 

COCA-COLA SYRUP (Pure). .70° 

COFFEE Boiling 

COPPERAS, (See Ferrous 

Sulphate). 

COPPER ACETATE 

Sat. Solution . .70° 

COPPER CARBONATE Sat. 

Sol. in 50% NH4OH 

COPPER CHLORIDE 
(Cupric Chloride) 

1% Agitated 70° 

1% Aerated 70° 

5% Agitated 70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

COPPER CYANIDE 
(Cupric Cyanide) 

Sat. Solution Boiling 

COPPER NITRATE 
(Cupric Nitrate) 

1% Quiescent 70° 

1% Agitated 70° 

1%) Aerated 70° 

5% Quiescent 70° 

5% Agitated 70° 

5%, Aerated 70° 

50% Aqueous Sol Boiling 

COPPER SULPHATE 
(Cupric Sulphate) 

5% Agitated 70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

Sat. Solution Boiling 

CREAM OF TARTAR Cold and Hot 

CREOSOTE (Coal Tar) Hot 

CREOSOTE OIL Hot 

CYANOGEN GAS 70° 

Confrnued on next page 



Type 
430 



A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 




A 


A 




A 


B 


B 


A 


A 




A 


D 




A 


A 




A 


D 




B 


C 




B 


D 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


^A 


*B 


•B 


••A 


*B 


*B 


"B 


*C 


*B 


"C 


*E 


*E 



A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 






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295 



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J 



CORROSION DATA 
(Continued) 



Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



Type 
302 



Type 

430 



DICHLOROETHANE Boiling 

DINITROCHLOROBENZENE 

Melted and Solidified 70° 

DISTILLERY WORT 70° 

DYEWOOD LIQUOR 70° 

EPSOM SALT (Magnesium 

Sulphate) Hot and Cold 

ETHER 70° 

ETHYL CHLORIDE 70° 

ETHYLENE CHLORIDE. . .70° 



FERRIC CHLORIDE 

1% to Saturation 70° 

FERRIC HYDROXIDE 

(Hydrated Iron Oxide) 70° 

FERRIC NITRATE, 

1% Quiescent 70° 

5% Quiescent 70° 

1% Agitated 70° 

5% Agitated 70° 

1% Aerated 70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

FERRIC SULPHATE 

1% Quiescent 70° 

1% Aerated 70° 

1% Agitated..... 70° 

5% Quiescent 70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

5% Agitated 70° 

10% Boiling 

FERROUS SULPHATE 

10% 70° 

10% Boiling 

FLUORINE (Gas) 70° 

FORMALINE 

(40% Formaldehyde) 70° 

FORMIC ACID, 5% 70° 

5% 150° 

10% 70° 

10% Boiling 

FORMIC ACID, 50% 70° 

50%... Boiling 

90% Boiling 

100% 70° 

100% Boiling 

FRUIT JUICES 70° 

FUEL OIL Hot 

Cont. Sulphuric Acid 

FURFURAL 70° 

Continued on next page See notes page 304. ■* 



A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


§A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




E 


E 


E 


A 


*A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


* A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


*A 


♦A 


A 


*A 




E 


E 


E 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


B 


A 


B 


B 


A 


B 


B 


A 


A 


E 


A 


B 


B 


A 


A 


E 


A 


A 




A 


A 




B 


B 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




B 


C 




A 


A 





296 



CORROSION DATA 
(Continued) 



Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



GALLIC ACID, 5% 70° 

5% 150° 

Sat. at 212° F Boiling 

GASOLINE 70° 

GELATIN Cold to 140° 

GLAUBER'S SALT (See 
Sodium Sulphate) 

GLUE, DRY 70° 

Acid Solution 70° 

Acid Solution 140° 

GLYCERINE 70° 

GYPSUM (See Calcium 
Sulphate) 

HYDROCHI^ORIC ACID, 
All Cone 70° 

HYDROBROMIE ACID 

All concentrations Cold and Hot 

HYDROCYANIC ACID 70° 

HYDROFLUISILIC ACID ...70° 

HYDROFLUORIC ACID 

All concentrations Cold and Hot 

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. . .70'=* 

Boiling 

HYDROGEN SULPHIDE, 

Dry 70° 

Wet 70° 

INK 70° 

IODINE -.70° 

IODOFORM 70° 

KEROSENE 70° 

KETSUP, Quiescent 70°^ 

Quiescent 150° 

LACTIC ACID, 1% 70° 

1% Boiling 

5% 70° 

5% -150° 

5% Boilmg 

10% ...70° 

10% 150° 

10% Boiling 

Cone 70° 

Cone Boiling 

LARD 70° 

LEAD, Molten 750° 

LEAD, ACETATE, 5% Boiling 

LINSEED OIL. 70° 

Plus3%H2S04 390° 

LYSOL ■ 70° 

Continued on next page 



Type 


Type 


Type 


316 


302 


430 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


*B 




A 


*B 




A 


A 


A 



E 


E 


E 


A 


A 


C 


D 


E 




E 


E 


E 


A 


§A 


§A 


A 


§B 


§B 


A 


A 


A 


§A 


§c 


§c 


A 


§B 




D 


E 


E 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


*A 


*A 


A 


*A 


*A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


B 


A 


B 


B 


A 


A 


B 


A 


B 




A 


B 


E 


A 


A 




B 


C 




A 


A 


A 


B 


B 


B 


A 


A 




A 


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A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


b 


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297 



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CORROSION DATA 
(Continued) 



Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



} 



Type 
316 



Type 
302 



Type 
430 



MAGNESIUM CARBONATE 

All concentrations Cold and 

MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE 

1% Quiescent 70° 

1% Quiescent Hot 

5% Quiescent 70° 

5% Quiescent Hot 

MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE 

Thick Suspension 70° 

MAGNESIUM NITRATE 

All concentrations Cold and 

MAGNESIUM 

OXYCHLORIDE 70° 

MAGNESIUM SULPHATE 

(See Epsom Salt) 

MALIC ACID Cold and 

MANGANESE CARBONATE 

All concentrations Cold and 

MASH Hot 

MAYONNAISE 70° 

MERCURY 

MERCURIC CHLORIDE 

Dilute Solution 70° 

MERCUROUS NITRATE 

All concentrations Cold and 

METHANOL (See Alcohol, 

Methyl) 

METHYLENE CHLORIDE, 

40% Cold and 

MILK, Fresh or Sour 70° 

Boiling 

MINE WATER-ACID 60° 

MOLASSES 

MOLYBDIC ACID, 5% 70° 

MUSTARD 70° 

MURIATIC ACID 70° 



NAPHTHA, Pure 70° 

Crude 70° 

NAPHTHALENESULFONIC 

ACID 70° 

NICKEL CHLORIDE, 

Solution 70° 

NICKEL NITRATE 

All concentrations Cold and Hot 

NICKEL SULPHATE Cold and Hot 

NITER CAKE Fused 

NITRATING SOLUTIONS. .Cold and Hot 

NITRIC ACID, 5%. . . ■ 70° 

5% Boiling 

20% 70° 

20% Boiling 



Hot A 


A 


A 


A 


*A 


*A 


*B 


*C 




A 


*A 


*A 


*B 


*C 




A 


A 




Hot A 


A 


A 


*B 


*C 




Hot A 


A 


A 


Hot A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


*A 




A 


A 




*D 


*E 


E 


Hot A 


A 


A 


Hot A 


A 




A 


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*A 


*A 




A 


A 


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A 


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E 


E 


E 


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a' 


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A 


A 


A 


A 


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A 


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B 


B 


B 


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A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


C 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 



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CORROSION DATA 
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Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



Type 
302 



NITRIC ACID (Continued) 

40% 70° 

40% Boiling 

50% 70° 

50% ...Boiling 

65% 70° 

65% Boiling 

Cone 70° 

Cone. . . .' Boiling 

Fuming Cone 70° 

Fuming Cone . .110° 

Fuming Cone Boiling 

NITROUS ACID, 5% 70° 

OILS, Crude Cold and Hot 

OILS, Vegetable, Mineral Cold and Hot 

OLEIC ACID 70° 

300° 
400** 

OXALIC ACID, 5%o TO'' 

5% Boiling 

10% 70° 

10% Boiling 

25% Boiling 

50% Boiling 

PARAFFIN Cold and Hot 

PAREGORIC COMPOUND.. 70° 
PHENOL (See Carbolie Acid) 

PHENOLIC RISINS Cold and Hot 

PETROLEUM ETHER 

PHOSPHORIC ACID, 1%. . .70° 

1% Boiling 

1%—45-lb. Press 284° 

5%) Quieseent 70° 

5% Agitated .70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

10% Quiescent 70° 

10% Agitated 70° 

10% Aerated 70° 

10% Boiling 

25%.... Boiling 

45% Boiling 

50% Boiling 

80% 70° 

80% 230° 

857o Boiling 

PHOSPHORIC 
ANHYDRIDE 
Dry Cold and Hot 

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A 

A 
A 
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A 
A 
A 
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A 

A 
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A 
A 
A 
A 
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A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
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B 
B 
E 
E 



Type 
430 



A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


A 


A 


A 


B 


B 


B 


A 


A 


A 


B 


B 


C 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


D 


D 


D 


A 


A 


A 


SA 


§A 


§A 


A 


§A 


§A 


A 


*A 


*B 


A 


*A 


*B 


A 


*A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


C 


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A 
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A 
A 
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B 
C 
B 
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E 



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CORROSION DATA 
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\ 




Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



Type 

302 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SOLUTIONS 

Film and Paper Developers. .70° 
Hypo (Acid Fixing Baths). . .70° 
Other Solutions (Toners, 
Reducers, Tray 

Cleaners, etc.) Details on request 

PICRIC ACID ...70° 

PINE TAR OIL Cold and Hot 

POTASH (See Potassium 

Hydroxide) 
POTASSIUM 

BICHROMATE 25%. .70° 

25% Boiling 

POTASSIUM BROMIDE 70° 

POTASSIUM CARBONATE 
1% Quiescent' 
Agitated 70° 
Aerated^ 

50% Boiling 

POTASSIUM CHLORATE 

Sat. at 212° Boiling 

POTASSIUM CHLORIDE 

1% Quiescent 70° 

1% Agitated 70° 

1% Aerated ■ 70° 

5% Quiescent 70° 

5% Agitated .....70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

5%... Boiling 

POTASSIUM 
DICHROMATE 

All concentrations (neutral).. Cold and Hot 
POTASSIUM 

FERRICYANIDE, 5% 70° 

25% 70° 

25% Boiling 

POTASSIUM 

FERROCYANIDE, 5%. . . .70° 
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE 

5% Quiescent 70° 

5% Agitated 70° 

5% Aerated .70° 

27% Boiling 

50% Boiling 

POTASSIUM 

HYPOCHLORITE 

Cone 70° 

POTASSIUM IODIDE 
All concentrations Cold and Hot 



Type 
430 



A 


A 


C 


§A 


§A 


D 


lest 
A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


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A 


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A 


A 


A 


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A 


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A 


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*A 


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*A 


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300 



CORROSION DATA 
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f 



Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



Type 
302 



POTASSIUM NITRATE 

Quiescentl 

1% Agitated 70° 

Aeratedl 

Quiescent] 

5% Agitated (■70'' 

Aerated J 

50%.. TO'^^ 

50%...' .....Boiling 

Molten 1022° 

POTASSIUM OXALATE. . . .70° 
POTASSIUM 
PERMANGANATE 

5% 70° 

10% Boilmg 

POTASSIIJM SULPHATE 

1% Quiescent 70° 

1% Agitated 70° 

1% Aerated ...70° 

5% Quiescent 70° 

5% Agitated 70° 

5% Aerated 70° 

5% Hot 

PYROGALLIC ACID 

QUININE SULPHATE, 

Dry 

QUININE BISULPHATE, 
Dry 

ROSIN, Molten 

SAUERKRAUT BRINE 70° 

SEA WATER 70° 

SEWAGE 

SILVER BROMIDE 

SILVER CHLORIDE 

SILVER NITRATE, 10% 70° 

10% Boiling 

SOAP 70° 

SODIUM ACETATE, 

Moist 

SODIUM CARBONATE, 5%. 70° 

5% 150° 

5% Boiling 

50% Boiling 

Molten 1650° 

SODIUM BICARBONATE 

All concentrations 70° 

5% Quiescent 150° 

SODIUM BISULPHATE 

All concentrations (neutral). .Cold and Hot 

Coniinued on next page 



A 
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430 



A 
A 
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A 
A 
A 



A 


A 


B 


A 


B 


B 


A 


A 


A 


A 


E 




•A 


*A 


*C 


§A 


§A 




*A 


*B 


*C 


E 


E 


E 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


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A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


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E 


E 





A 
A 



See notes page 304. 



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lna 





z 
m 

r 

z 



m 

r 



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« 



^ 



^ 



CORROSION DATA 
(Continued) 



Substance 



Condition 



Tomp. F. 



Typo 
316 



Typo 
302 



SODIUM BORATE 

All concentrations Cold and Hot A A 

SODIUM CHLORATE 

25% Cold and Hot A A 

SODIUM CHLORIDE 

5% Quiescent 70° 

5% Quiescent 150° 

20% Aerated 70° 

Saturated 70° 

Saturated Boiling 

SODIUM CITRATE 

All concentrations Cold and 

SODIUM FERRICYANIDE 

5%, (neutral) Cold and 

SODIUM FLUORIDE, 5%... 70° 
SODIUM HYDROXIDE, 

20% Boiling 

30% Boiling 

Molten 600° 

SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE, 

5% ■ 70° 

SODIUM LOCATE, 10%. . . .Cold and 
SODIUM NITRATE 

All concentrations Cold and 

SODIUM NITRATE Fused 

SODIUM NITRITE 

All concentrations Cold and 

SODIUM PERCHLORATE, 

10% 70° 

10% Boiling 

SODIUM PEROXIDE, 10%. .70° 

10% 200° 

SODIUM PHOSPHATE 

5% Cold and 

SODIUM SALICYLATE 

All concentrations 70° 

SODIUM SILICATE Cold and 

SODIUM SULPHATE, 5%. . .70° 

Saturated Boiling 

SODIUM SULPHITE, 5%>. . ,70° 

10% 150° 

25% Boiling 

50% Boiling 

SODIUM HYPOSULPHITE, 

25% 70° 

25% Boiling 

SODIUM SULPHIDE, 

Saturated . .70° 

SOY BEAN OIL Cold and 

STANNIC CHLORIDE, 

Sp. G. 1.21 70° C D 

Sp. G. 1.21 Boiling D E 



Typo 

430 





A 


*A 


*B 




A 


*A 


*B 




A 


*A 






A 


•A 






A 


*B 




Hot 


A 


A 




Hot 


•A 


*A 






*A 


*B 


C 




A 


A 






B 


B 






B 


B 






tA 


IB 


tc 


Hot 


A 


A 




Hot 


A 


A 


A 




A 


B 


C 


Hot 


A 


A 






A 


A 






A 


A 






A 


'A 






A 


A 




Hot 


A 


A 






A 


A 


A 


Hot 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 






A 


A 






A 


A 


C 




A 


A 






A 


A 


A 




A 


A 






A 


§A 


B 




A 


A 






A 


*B 




Hot 


A 


A 





Confinued on next pcqe See nofes poq^ 304. 



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Substance 



Cofidition 



Temp. F. 



Type 
316 



Type 
302 



STANNOUS CHLORIDE, 

Saturated ...120° 

Boiling 

STARCH, Aq. Solution 

STEARIC ACID 

STRONTIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

STRONTIUM NITRATE, 

Solution Hot 

SUGAR, Juice Hot 

SULPHUR CHLORIDE Cold and 

SULPHUR, Moist 70° 

Molten 266° 

Molten 833° 

SULPHUR 

MONOCHLORIDE 70° 

SULPHUR DIOXIDE GAS, 

Moist .70° 

Gas 575° 

SULPHURIC ACID, 5% 70° 

5% Boiling 

10% 70° 

10% Boiling 



50%. 



.70° 



50% Boiling 

Cone 70° 

Cone Boiling 

Cone 300° 

Fuming 70° 

SULPHUROUS ACID, 

Saturated 70° 

Saturated, 60-lb. Press 250° 

Saturated, 70-125-lb. Press. .310° 

Saturated, 150-lb. Press 375° 

Spray 70° 

SWEET WATER Hot 

SYRUP Hot 



A 
A 



A 
A 

Hot E 

*A 

A 

C 



A 
A 
B 
C 
B 
D 
C 
D 
A 
D 
E 
B 

B 
B 
C 
C 
*D 
A 
A 



TANNIC ACID 70° A 

150° A 

TANNING LIQUOR 70° A 

TAR A 

TARTARIC ACID, 10%. . . . .70° A 

10% Boiling A 

50% Boiling A 

Saturated at 212° Boiling 

TIN, Molten C 

TRICHLORACETIC ACID.. 70° D 

TUNG OIL Cold and Hot A 

TURPENTINE OIL 95° A 

URIC ACID 70° A 



B 
E 
A 
A 



A 
A 
E 
*B 
A 
C 



B 
A 
C 
E 
C 
E 
D 
E 
A 
D 
E 
C 

C 

c 
c 
c 

*D 
A 
A 

A 
B 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
E 
C 
E 
A 
A 



Type 
430 



A 
E 
♦B 
A 



C 

A 
C 
E 
C 
E 

E ' 
A 
D 
E 



C 
C 

C 

c 



A 
A 



A 
B 



C 
E 



^A 



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Substance 



Condition 



Temp. F. 



VARNISH ..70° 

Hot 

VEGETABLE JUICES 

VINEGAR, Quiescent 70=* 

Agitated 70° 

Aerated 70° 

Hot 
VINEGAR FUMES 70° 

WHISKEY 

WINE, in all phases of process- 
ing and storage 75° 

WOOD PULP 

WOOD PULP LIQUORS 
Digestive Liquors (3% 
Ca(HS03)2+2%H2S04 

+S02+Air) Boiling 

Black Waste Liquors 

(Alkaline) Fired 1800° 

Black Waste Liquors Boiling 

WORT 

YEAST 



ZINC, Molten 

ZINC, CHLORIDE, 5% 70° 

5% Boiling 



20%. 



.70° 



20% Boiling 

70% 70° 

70% Boiling 

ZINC CYANIDE, Moist 70° 

ZINC NITRATE, 

Solution Hot 

ZINC SULPHATE, 5% 70° 

25% Boiling 

Saturated 70° 



Type 


Type 


Type 


316 


302 


430 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


B 


B 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 





E 


E 


E 


A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 




E 


E 


E 


A 


A 


♦A 


^A 


*B 


*B 


A 


A 


*A 


A 


B 


*E 


A 


A 




A 


D 




A 


A 




A 


A 




A 


A 


A 


A 


A 




A 


A 


A 



*Sobiect to pitting at air line or when allowed to dry. 

fKeep solutions alkaline. 

iNot recommended for standing baths. 

§May attack when sulphuric acid is present. 

■•"May attack when hydrochloric acid is present. 



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Grade— Type Number 


Type 302 


Ty|)e303t 


PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 

Density, Ib./cu. in. 


0.29 


0.29 


Mod. of Elasticity in Tension xlO^ p.s.i. 


28.0 


28.0 


Structure 


Austenitic 


Austenitic 


Specific Heat, B.t.u./° F./tb. 32-212^ F. 


0.12 


0.12 


Thermal Conductivity, 1212° F. 
B.t.u./sq. ft./hr,/<^ F./ft.\932^ F. 


9.4 
12.4 


9.4 
12.4 


Mean Coefficient f32-212° F. 
of Thermal 32-600*=' F. 
Expansion 32-1000<^ F. 
per°F.Xl0-6 i32-1200« F. 


9.6 
9.9 
10.2 
10.4 


9.6 
9.9 
10.2 
10.4 


Melting Point Range 


2550-2590^ F. 


2550-2590° F. 


ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES 

Magnetic Permeability, Annealed 
Elec. Resistivity, microhms-cm, 70° F. 


Non-magnetic 

M= 1.003 

72.0 


Non-magnetic 

ju = 1.003 

72.0 


MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 

Brinell [Annealed 
Hardness -| Heat Treated 
(Bars) tCold Drawn 


135-185 
180-330 


130-150 
180-330 


Rockwell [Annealed 
Hardness i Heat Treated 
(Sheet or Strip V [Cold Rolled 


75-90 Rb 
10-35 Re 


72-80 Rb 


Ultimate [Annealed 
Tensile Strength, { Heat Treated 
Ibs./sq. in. [Cold Worked* 


80,000-100,000 
100,000-180,000 


80,000-100,000 
100,000 


Yield Point, [Annealed 
Ibs./sq. in. <iHeat Treated 
[Cold Worked* 


35,000-50,000 
50,000-150,000 


35,000-50,000 
60,000 


Elongation (Annealed 
in 2 inches ^Heat Treated 
I Cold Worked* 


60-55% 
50-10% 


60-50% 

40% 


Reduction [Annealed 
of Area ^JHeat Treated 
[Cold Worked* 


60-55% (Bars) 


60-55% (Bars) 
'53% 


Impact Strength, ) Annealed 
Izod Value, ft. lbs. \Heat Treated 


110-70 


110-70 


Ductility, iOlsen, inches 
Annealed lEricksen, mms. 


0.400-0.425 




Creep Strength, At 1000° F. 
Life of 10,000 hrs. At 1100° F. 
with 1% Elongation, At 1200° F. 
lbs. per sq. in. At 1300° F. 


17,000 

12,000 

7,000 

4,000 


16,500 

11,500 

6,500 

3,500 


Strength at Elevated 1300° F. 
Temps., Short Time 1500° F. 
Tests, lbs. sq. in. [1700° F. 


36,000 
22,000 
13,500 


34,000 
20,000 
12,500 


HEAT TREATMENT 

Full Anneal 


Cool rapidly from 
1850-2050° F. 


Cool rapidly from 
1850-2050° F. 


Process Anneal 


Same as full 


Same as full 


Hardening— Quench from 


Non-hardening 


Non-hardening 


Tempering 


Non-hardening 


Non-hardening 


Initial Forging Start 

i Finish 


2200° F. 
Over 1700° F. 


2200° F. 
Over 1700° F.t 


HEAT RESISTANCE 

Scaling Continuous Service 
Temperature (Intermittent Service 


1600° F. 
1450° F. 


1600° F. 
1450° F. 


WELDING PROPERTIES 


Very good. 
Tough welds. 


Fusion welding 
not recommended 


MACHINING PROPERTIES, Compared 
to Bessemer Screw Stock No. B1112 


About 45% 


About 70% 


DRAWING OR STAMPING 


Good 


Fairly good 



*These mechanical property values apply to cold rolled sheet or strip in 
Type 430 and all Type 300 series except Type 303. In Type 303 and all 
of Type 400 series with the exception of Type 430, these representative 
rrrechonical property values apply to annealed and cold drawn one inch 
diameter bar stock. 

flhis analysis designed for machining applications and is not recommended 
for forging operations requiring severe deformation. 



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Grade— Type Number 


Type 309 


Type 310 


PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 

Density, Ib./cu. in. 


0.29 


0.29 


Mod. of Elasticity in TensionXlOe p.s.i. 


29.0 


29.0 


Structure 


Austenitic 


Austenitic 


Specific Heat, B.t.u./° F./lb. 32-212° F. 


0.12 


0.12 


Thermal Conductivity, ;212° F. 
B.t.u./sq. ft./hr./° F./ft. \932^ F. 


8.0 
10.8 


8.0 
10.8 


Mtean Coefficient [32-212° F. 
of Thermal 132-600° F. 
Expansion 32-1000° F. 
per°F.xlO-« 132-1200° F. 


8.3 
9.3 
9.6 
10.0 


8.0 
9.0 
9.4 
9.7 


Melting Point Range 


2550-2650° F. 


2550-2650° F. 


ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES 

Magnetic Permeability, Annealed 
Elec. Resistivity, microhms-cm, 70° F. 


Non-magnetic 

M = 1.003 

78.0 


Non-magnetic 

^ = 1.003 

79.0 


MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 

Brinell [Annealed 
Hardness \ Heat Treated 
(Bars) Cold Drawn 


140-185 


145-210 


Rockwell [Annealed 
Hardness <! Heat Treated 
(Sheet or Strip) [Cold Rolled 


75-90 Rb 


80-95 Rb 


Ultimate [Annealed 
Tensile Strength, ^ Heat Treated 
lbs,/sq. in. ICold Worked* 


90,000-110,000 


90,000-100,000 


Yield Point, [Annealed 
Ibs./sq. in. IHeat Treated 
ICold Worked* 


40,000-60,000 


40,000-60,000 


Elongation [Annealed 
in 2 inches {Heat Treated 
[Cold Worked* 


60-50% 


55-45% 


Reduction [Annealed 
of Area \ Heat Treated 
iCold Worked* 


65-50% (Bars) 


60-50% (Bars) 


Impact Strength, ;Annealed 
Izod Value, ft. lbs. [Heat Treated 


100 


90 


Ductility, lOlsen, inches 
Annealed lEricksen, mms. 


7-8 




Creep Strength, At 1000° F. 
Life of 10,000 hrs. ) At 1100° F. 
with \% Elongation, [At 1200° F. 
lbs. per sq. in. iAt 1300° F. 


17,000 
13.000 
8.500 

4.500 


17,000 

• 13,000 

9,000 

4,500 


Strength at Elevated [1300° F. 
Temps., Short Time ":1500° F. 
Tests, Ibs./sq. in. [1700° F. 


45,000 

28,000 
16,000 


50.000 
32,000 
17.500 


HEAT TREATMENT 

Full Anneal 


Cool rapidly from 
1900-2050^ F. 


Cool rapidly from 
1900-2100° F. 


Process Anneal 


Same as full 


Same as full 


Hardening— Quench from 


Non-hardening 


Non-hardening 


Tempering 


Non-hardening 


Non-hardening 


Initial Forging [Start 
1 Finish 


2150° F. 
Over 1800° F. 


2150° F. 
Over 1800° F. 


HEAT RESISTANCE 

Scaling iContinuous Service 
Temperature llntermittent Service 


2000° F. 
1800° F. 


2000° F. 
1900° F. 


WELDING PROPERTIES 


Good 
Tough Welds 


Good 
Tough Welds 


MACHINING PROPERTIES, Compared 
to Bessemer Screw Stock No. BU12 


About 45% 


About 45% 


DRAWING OR STAMPING 


Good 


Good 



*These mechanical property values apply to cold rolled sheet or strip in 
Type 430 and all Type 300 series except Type 303. In Type 303 and all of 
Type 400 series with the exception of Type 430, these representative 
mechanical property values apply to annealed and cold drawn one inch 
diameter bar stock. 



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STAINLESS STEELS (Continued) 



Grade— Type Number 


Type 316 


Type 347 


PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 

Density., tb./cu. in. 


Type 317 

5ame Except Analysis 

0.29 


0.29 


Mod of Elasticity in Tension 
XlO*^ ps.i. 


28.0 


28.0 


Structure 


Austenitic 


Austenitic 


Specific Heat., B.tu./'' F./lb. 32-212« F. 


0.12 


0.12 


Ttiermal Conductivity 1212° F. 
B.t.u./sq. ft./lir./° F./ft \932° F. 


9.4 
12.4 


9.3 
12.8 


Mean coefficient [32-212° F. 
of Thermal J 32-600° F. 
Expansion 32-1000° F. 
Der=>F.XlO-« 1 324200° F. 


8.9 
9.0 
9.7 
10.3 


9.3 
9.5 
10.3 
10.6 


Melting Point Range 


2500-2550° F. 


2550-2600° F. 


ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES 

Magnetic Permeability, Annealed 
Elec. Resistivity, microhms-cm. 70° F. 


Non-magnetic 

;,= 1.003 

74.0 


Non-magnetic 

;. = 1.02 

72.0 


MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 

Brinell (Annealed 
Hardness •', Heat Treated 
(Bars) ICold Drawn 


135-185 
180-300 


135-185 


Rockwell , [Annealed 
Hardness i Heat Treated 
(Sheet or strip) ICold Rolled 


70-90 Rb 
10-30 Re 


70-90 Rb 
10-35 Re 


Ultimate [Annealed 
Tensile Strength, ^ Heat Treated 
Ibs./sq, in. I Cold Worked* 


80,000-95,000 
100,000-150,000 


80,000-100,000 
100,000-150,000 


Yield Point, (Annealed 
Ibs./sq. in. J Heat Treated 
iCold Worked* 


35,000-55,000 
50,000-125,000 


35,000-55,000 
50,000-125,000 


Elongation [Annealed 
in 2 inches <, Heat Treated 
[Cold Worked* 


60-50% 
50-15% 


50-40% 
50-10% 


Reduction (Annealed 
of Area i Heat Treated 
iCold Worked* 


75-60% (Bars) 


65-55% (Bars) 


Impact Strength, Annealed 
Izod Value, ft. lbs. \Heat Treated 


120-70 


100 


Ductility, jOlsen, inches 
Annealed lEricksen, mms. 


0.40-0.50 
10-14 


0.40-0.50 
12 


Creep Strength, At 1000° F. 
Life of 10,000 hrs. At 1100° F. 
with 1% Elongation, 1 At 1200° F. 
lbs. per sq. in. [At 1300° F. 


22,500 
17,000 
11,000 
7,100 


18,500 

14,000 

9,500 

5,400 


Strength at Elevated (1300° F. 
Temps., Short Time {1500° F. 
Tests, lbs./sq. in. [1700° F. 


48,000 
28,000 
18,000 


40,000 
23,500 
17,500 


HEAT TREATMENT 

Full Anneal 


Cool rapidly from 
1850-2050° F. 


Cool rapidly from 
1850-2050° F. 


Process Anneal 


Same as full 


Same as full 


Hardening— Quench from 


Non-hardening 


Non-hardening 


Tempering 


Non-hardening 


Non-hardening 


Initial Forging Start 
\Finish 


2200° F 
Over 1700° F. 


2200° F. 
Over 1800° F. 


HEAT RESISTANCE 

Scaling Continuous Service 
Temperature (Intermittent Service 


1650° F. 
1500° F. 


1600° F. 
1450° F. 


WELDING PROPERTIES 


Very Good. 
Tough Welds. 


Very Good. 
Tough Welds. 


MACHINING PROPERTIES, Compared 
to Bessemer Screw Stock No. B1112 


About 45% 


About 45% 


DRAWING OR STAMPING 


Good. 


Good. 



♦These mechanical property values apply to cold rolled sheet or strip in 
Type 430 and all Type 300 series except Type 303. In Type 303 and all 
of Type 400 series with the exception of Type 430, these representative 
mechanical property values apply to annealed and cold drawn one inch 
diameter bar stock. 



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Grade— Tjfpe Number 


Type 410 


Type 416 


PHYSICAL PROPiRTIES 

Density, Ib./cu. in. 


Specify .10 min. 

Carb.forhardenable 

grade 0.28 


0.28 


Mod. of Elasticity in TensionxlO" p.s.i. 


29.0 


29.0 


Structure 


Martensitic 


Martensitic 


Specific Heat, B-tu./*^ F./lb. 32-212° F. 


0.11 


0.11 


Thermal Conductivity, |212° F. 
B.t.u./sq. ft./hr./° F./ft.\932° F. 


14.4 
16.6 


14.4 
16.6 


Mean Coefficient 32-212° F. 
of Thermal 32-600° F. 
Expansion 32-1000° F. 
per°F.yl0-« 132-1200° F. 


5.5 
5.6 
6.4 
6.5 


5.5 
5.6 
6.4 
6.5 


Melting Point Range 


2700-2790° F. 


2700-2790° F. 


ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES 

Magnetic Permeability, Annealed 
Elec. Resistivity, microhms-cm, 70° F. 


Ferro-magnetic 
57.0 


Ferro-magnetic 
57.0 


MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 

Brinell (Annealed 
Hardness {Heat Treated 
(Bars) iCold Drawn 


135-165 

415-180 

205 


138-160 

415-200 

205 


Rockwell Annealed 
Hardness <, Heat Treated 
(Sheet or Strip) Cold Rolled 


75-85 Rb 
30-40 Re 


80-90 Rs 
10-30 Re 


Ultimate Annealed 
Tensile Strength, iheat Treated 
Ibs./sq. in. ICold Worked* 


65,000-85,000 

95,000-200,000 

100,000 


70,000-80,000 

90,000-200,000 

100,000 


Yield Point, Annealed 
Ibs./sq. in. {Heat Treated 
ICold Worked* 


35,000-45.000 

60,000-150,000 

85,000 


40,000-50,000 

70,000-150,000 

85,000 


Elongation [Annealed 
in 2 inches {Heat Treated 
tCold Worked* 


30-20% 


30-20% 
22-12% 

13% 


Reduction [Annealed 
of area ^ Heat Treated 
[Cold Worked* 


65-60% 
60-25% 

60% 


65-60% 

55-40% 
50% 


Impact Strength, /Annealed 
Izod Value, Ft. lbs. \Heat Treated 


110-70 
100-20 


95-70 
60-12 


Ductility, j 01 sen, inches 
Annealed \Ericksen, mms. 


.275-.350 
6.75-7.50 




Creep Strength, (At 1000° F. 
Life of 10,000 hrs. At UOO* F. 
with 1% Elongation, At 1200° F. 
lbs. per sq. in. [At 1300° F. 


13,000 
5,000 
2,300 
1,500 


12.500 
5,000 
2,100 

1.400 


Strength at Elevated [1300° F. 
Temps., Short Time {1500° F. 
Tests, Ibs./sq. in. [1700° F. 


15,000 . 
9,000 
8,500 


15.000 

8,500 
7,500 


HEAT TREATMENT 

Full Anneal 


Slow Cool from 
1550° F. to 1100° F. 


Slow Cool from 
1550° F. to 1100° F. 


Process Anneal 


Air Cool from 
1300-1400° F. 


Air Cool from 
1250-1350° F. 


Hardening— Quench from 


1750-1825° F. 


1750-1825° F. 


Tempering 


400-1300° F. 


400-1300° F. 


Initial Forging J Start 
\Finish 


2150° F. 
1500° F. 


2200° F. 
1500° F.t 


HEAT RESISTANCE 

Scaling [Continuous Service 
Temperature 1 Intermittent Service 


1250° F. 
1400° F. 


1250° F. 
1400° F. 


WELDING PROPERTIES 


Fair. 

Brittle welds. 

Can be annealed 


Poor. Brittle 

Welds. Likely 

to crack 


MACHINING PROPERTIES, Compared 
to Bessemer Screw Stock No. B1112. 


About 54% 


About 90% 


DRAWING OR STAMPING 


Fairly good. 


Fair. 



*These mechanical property values apply to cold rolled sheet or strip in 
Type 430 and all Type 300 series except Type 303. In Type 303 and all 
of Type 400 series with the exception of Type 430, these representative 
mechanical property values apply to annealed and cold drawn one inch 
diameter bar stock. 

flhis analysis is designed for machining applications and is not recommended 
for forging operations requiring severe deformation. 



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STAINLESS STEELS (Continued) 



Grade— Type Kumber 


Type 420 


Type 430 


PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 

Density, Ib./cu. in. 


0.28 


0.28 


Mod. of Elasticity in TensionXlO'^ p.s.i. 


29.0 


29.0 


Structure 


Martensitic 


Ferritic 


Specific Heat, e.t.u./° F./lb. 32-212° F. 


0.11 


0.11 


Thermal Conductivity, '212^ F. 
B.t.u./sq. ft./hr./° F./fi \932° F. 


14.4 


15.1 
15.2 


Mean Coefficient [32-212=* F. 
of Thermal 32-600° F. 
Expansion 32-1000° F. 
per ° F.XlO-« 32-1200° F. 


5.7 
6,0 
6.5 
6.8 


5.8 
6.1 
6.3 
6.6 


Melting Point Range 


2650-2750'= F. 


2600-2750° F. 


ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES 

Magnetic Permeability, Annealed 
Elec. Resistivity, microhms-cm. 70° F. 


Ferro-magnetic 
55.0 


Ferro-magnetic 
60.0 


MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 

Brinell (Annealed 
Hardness -I Heat Treated 
(Bars) [Cold Drawn 


160-190 

520-225 

215 


140-160 
185 


Rockwell [Annealed 
Hardness ■; Heat Treated 
(Sheet or Strip) ICold Rolled 


23 Re 


80-90 Rb 
90-105 Rb 


Ultimate (Annealed 
Tensile Strength, <; Heat Treated 
Ibs./sq. in. * ICold Worked* 


95,000 

120,000-220,000 

105,000 


70,000-90,000 
90.000-130,000 


Yield Point, [Annealed 
Ibs./sq. in. ^ Heat Treated 
ICold Worked* 


50,000 

85,000-210,000 

85,000 


40,000-55,000 
65,000-130,000 


Elongation [Annealed 
in 2 inches ^Heat Treated 
[Cold Worked* 


25% 
20-7 % 

17% 


30-20% 

20-2% 


Reduction Annealed 
of Area \ Heat Treated 
Cold Worked* 


55% 

60-25% 

50'o 


55-40%o 


Impact Strength, j Annealed 
Izod Value, Ft. lbs. \Heat Treated 


80-70 
60-10 


50-5 


Ductility, Olsen, inches 
Annealed \Ericksen, mms. 




.275-. 350 
6.75-8.50 


Creep Strength, [At 1000=^ F. 
Life of 10,000 hrs. J At 1100'^ F. 
with 1% Elongation, [At 1200° F. 
lbs. per sq. in. lAt 1300° F. 




8,500 
5,000 
2,000 
1,300 


Strength at Elevated [1300° F. 
Temps., Short Time ■;,1500° F. 
Tests, lbs., sq. in. 11700° F. 


26,500 
13,500 
9,000 


15,000 
8.000 
5,000 


HEAT TREATMENT 

Full Anneal 


Slow Cool from 
1550-1650° F. 


Air Cool from 
1400-1500° F. 


Process Anneal 


Air Cool from 
1250-1350° F. 


Same as full 


Hardening -Quench from 


1800-1900° F. 


Non-hardening 


Tempering 


300-700^ F. 


Non-hardening 


Initial Forging Start 
[Finish 


2000-2100° F. 
(Retard cooling) 


1950° F. 
1400° F. 


HEAT RESISTANCE 

Scaling i Continuous Service 
Temperature i Intermittent Service 




1500° F. 
1600° F. 


WELDING PROPERTIES 


Fair, Preheat 

400-500^ F. 

Anneal 1300° F. 

after welding. 


Fair, Brittle 

welds. Slight 

response to 

annealing. 


MACHINING PROPERTIES, Compared 
to Bessemer Screw Stock No. B1112 


About 54% 


About 54% 


DRAWING OR STAMPING 


Fair 


Fairly good. 



♦These mechanical property values apply to cold rolled sheet or strip in 
Type 430 and all Type 300 series except Type 303. In Type 303 and all 
of Type 400 series with the exception of Type 430, these representative 
mechanical property values apply to annealed and cold drawn one inch 
diameter bar stock. 



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TECHNICAL PROPERTIES OF POPULAR GRADES OF 
STAINLESS STEELS (Continued) 



Grade— Type Humber 



PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 

Density, Ib./cu. in. 



Mod, of Elasticity in Tension x 10'' p.s.i 



Structure 



Specific Heat, B.t.u./° F,/lb. 32-212° F. 



Thermal Conductivity, 
B.t.u./sq. ft./hr./° F./ft. 



J 212° F. 
1932° F. 



Mean Coefficient 
of Thermal 
Expansion 
per ° F.XIO- 



32-212° F. 
132-600° F. 
132-1000° F. 
132-1200° F. 



Melting Point Range 



ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES 

Magnetic Permeability, Annealed 
Elec. Resistivity, microhms-cm, 70° F. 



MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 

Brinell [Annealed 

Hardness ■! Heat Treated 
(Bars) ICold Drawn 



Rockwell 
Hardness 
(Sheet or Strip) 



(Annealed 
^Heat Treated 
[Cold Rolled 



Ultimate [Annealed 

Tensile Strength, {Heat Treated 
Ibs./sq. in. (Cold Worked* 



Yield Point, [Annealed 
Ibs./sq. in. { Heat Treated 
ICold Worked* 



Elongation [Annealed 
in 2 inches J Heat Treated 
[Cold Worked* 



Reduction [Annealed 

of Area -I Heat Treated 

[Cold Worked* 



Impact Strength, 
Izod Value, ft. lbs. 



J Annealed 
[Heat Treated 



Ductility, lOlsen, inches 
Annealed lEricksen, mms. 



Creep Strength, 
Life of 10,I>00 hrs. 
with 1% Elongation, 
lbs. per sq. in. 



Strength at Elevated 
Temps., Short Time 
Tests, Ibs./sq. in. 



(At 1000° F. 
[At 1100° F. 
[At 1200° F. 
[At 1300° F. 



[1300= 
1500° 
1700° 



HEAT TREATMENT 

Full Anneal 



Process Anneal 



Hardening— Quench from 



Tempering 



Initial Forging [Start 
IFinish 



HEAT RESISTANCE 

Scaling [Continuous Service 

Temperature \lntermittent Service 



WELDING PROPERTIES 



MACHINING PROPERTIES, Compared 
to Bessemer Screw Stock No. B1112 



DRAWING OR STAMPING 



Type 440-C 



0.28 



29.0 



Martensitic 



0.11 



14.0 



5.6 



2500-2700° F. 



Ferro-magnetic 
60.0 



210-250 

600-275 

260 



110,000 

130,000-265,000 

125,000 



65,000 

110,000-250,000 

100,000 



10- 15^^ 
12-2<:c; 

7^v; 



Type 446 



0.27 



Ferritic 



0.12 



12.1 
14.1 



5.8 
6.0 
6.2 
6.4 



2600-2750° F. 



Ferro-magnetic 
67.0 



140-185 
185 



78-90 Rb 



75,000-95,000 
85,000 



45,000-60,000 
70,000 



30'^; 

20-2^^ 
20^; 



20-5 
8-3 



30,500 
17,000 
16,500 



Slow Cool from 
1550-1650° F. 



Air Cool from 
1250-1350° F. 



1850-1950° F. 



300-800° F. 



1900-2100° F. 
(Retard cooling) 



Not 
recommended 



30-20% 
20% 



50-40% 

45%' 



8-2 



.250 -.300 
6-5 



6,000 

3,000 

1,500 

700 



18,000 
9,000 
5.000 



Air Cool from 
1500-1600° F. 



Same as full 



Non-hardening 



Non-hardening 



1950° 
1400= 



1900° F. 
2000° F. 



About 30^ 



Not recommended 



Fair. Brittle 

welds. Slight 

response to 

annealing. 



About 40% 



Fair 



♦These mechanical property values apply to cold rolled sheet or strip in 
Type 430 and all Type 300 series except Type 303. In Type 303 and all 
of Type 400 series with the exception of Type 430, these representative 
mechanical property values apply to annealed and cold drawn one inch 
diameter bar stock. 



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TECHNICAL PROPERTIES OF ARMCO 17-4 
BAR AND WIRE 



PH 



CHEMICAL 


Metal 


Content 


COMPOSITION 


Carbon 

Manganese 

Phosphorus 

Sulfur 

Silicon 

Chromium 

Nickel 

Copper 

Columbium plus Tantalum 


0.07'f Max. 
1.00' f Max. 
0.04' ; Max. 
0.03% Max. 
1.00' ; Max. 
15.50-17.50% 
3.00-5.00% 
3.00-5.00'i 
0.25-0.45'-; 


MECHANICAL 
PROPERTIES 


Cond. A 
Annealed 

1900 F. 

Vi Hr. 
oil quench 


Cond. 

H875 
Hardened 

875 F. 

1 Hr. 
air-cooled 


Cond. 

H1000 
Hardened 

1000 F. 

4 Hrs. 
air-cooled 


Cond. 

H1100 
Hardened 

1100 F. 

4 Hrs. 
air-cooled 


Cond. 

H1200 
Hardened 

1200 F. 

4 Hrs. 
air-cooled 


Room Temperature 

Ultimate Strength, psi 
Tension 
Torsion 


Armco 17-4P 
to develop v 
have a minim 
yield strengt 
conditions ar 

135-165,000 


H can be heat 
arious proper 
um tensile str 
h of 165,000 
e shown belo 

180-210,000 
160-180,000 


treated at 
ties. Fully 
ength of 18( 
}si. Typical 

170,000 


different te 
hardened 1 
),000 psi an 
properties 

150,000 


Tiperatures 
7-4PH will 
1 minimum 
for various 

145,000 


0.2' ( Yield Strength, psi 
Tension 
Compression 


95-125,000 
95-125,000 


165-200,000 
165-200,000 


160,000 


140,000 


95,000 


Endurance strength, psi 
10 million cycles 




90,000 
80,000 


87,500 


82,000 




100 million cycles 






Elongation in 2", ' ; 


6-15 


8-17 


14 


17 


17 


Reduction of Area, ';, 


30-60 


30-60 


55 


58 




Izod impact, foot lbs. 




10-40 


30 


40 


50 


Hardness 
Rockwell 




C40-45 
375-444 


C37 
375 


C35 


C30 


Brinell 






Modulus of Elasticity 
Tension 




28,500,000 
10,500.000 








Torsion 
















PHTSICAL PROPERTIES 


Condition A 
(Magnetic) 


Condition H875 
(MaKnetic) 


Density, grams per cu. cm. 
lbs. per cu. inch 


7.78 
.280 


7.80 
.282 


Electrical Resistivity, 
microhm-cm. 


98 


77 


Magnetic Permeability 
at 100 oersteds 
at 200 oersteds 

Maximum 


74 
48 
95 


100 
60 
151 


Mean Coefficient of Thermal 
Expansion 
IQi^ inches per inch per 
degree F. 
70-200 F. 
70-400 F. 
70-600 F. 
70-800 F. 


6 
6 

6.2 
6.3 


6 

6.1 
6.3 
6.5 


Thermal Conductivity 

Btu per hr. per sq. ft. per 

inch per " F. 

at 300 F. 

500 F. 

860 F. 

900 F. 




124 
135 

156 
157 



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Note: For additional information on 17-4 PH Bar and Wire, cal 

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BAR AND WIRE 



PH 




CHEMICAL 


Metal 


Content 


COMPOSITION 


Carbon 


0.09% Max. 




Manganese 


1.00% Max. 




Phosphorus 


0.04% Max. 




Sulfur 


0.03% Max. 




Silicon 


1.00% Max. 




Chromium 


16.00-18,00% 




Nickel 


8.50-7.75% 




Aluminum 


.75-1.50% 


MECHANICAL 


Bar and Wire 


Wire 


Bar 


PROPERTIES 


Cond. A 


Com T 


Cond. TH 1050 


Cond. TH 1050 


Tensile Strength, psi 










Typical 


130,000 


145,000 


200,000 


125,000 


Minimum 


150,000* 


125,000 


180,000 


170,000 


0.2% Yield Strength, psi 










Typical 


40,000 


100,000 


185,000 


155,000 


Minimum 


55,000 


75,000 


150,000 


140,000 


Elongation in 2", % 










Typical 


30.0 


9.0 


9.0 


12.0 


Minimum 


20.0 


4.0 


6.0 


7.0 


Endurance Strength, ^'c 










of Tensile Strength 










Machined and 










Polished Surfaces 










10^ cycles 






40% 


44% 


10^ cycles 






37% 


41% 


PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 










Density 






,. 




Grains percu. cm. 


7.81 




7.65 


7.67 


Itis. percu. in. 


0.282 




0.276 


0.277 


Electrical Resistivity 










Microhm per cm. 


81.0 




85.0 


83.8 


Magnetic Permeability 
100 oersteds 














90-110 


70 


200 oersteds 






53-63 - 


43.5 


Maximum 






175-260 


125 


Mean Coefficient 










Thermal Expansion 










XlQs in. per in. per 










degree F. 
70-200 F. 










8.5 




5.5 


6.1 


70-400 F. 


9.0 




5.8 


6.2 


70-600 F. 


9.5 




5.9 


6.4 


70-800 F. 


9.6 




6.1 


6.6 


tThermal Conductivity 










Btu per hr. per sq. ft. 










per in., per degree F. 










at 300 F. 






117 


114 


500 F. 






128 


127 


850 F. 






146 


150 


900 F. 






146 


151 



♦ Maximum Poisson's Ratio .27 -.28 

t Results of Single Test 

Note: For additional information on 17-7 PH Bar and Wire, call our 

nearest warehouse or soles office. 



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TECHNICAL PROPERTIES OF ARMCO 17-7 
SHEET, STRIP AND PLATE 



PH 



CHEMICAL 

COMPOSITION 



MECHANICAL 
PROPERTIES 

Tensile Strengfti, psi 
Typical 
Minimum 



0.2' , Yield Strength, psi 
Typical 
Minimum 



Metal 



Carbon 

Manganese 

Phosphorus 

Sulfur 

Silicon 

Chromium 

Nickel 

Aluminum 



Content 



0.09* 
1.00* 
0.04' 
0.03' 
1.00' 
16.00 



: Max. 

Max. 

Max. 

Max. 

Max. 

8.00% 

6.50-7.75% 

.75-1.50% 



Cond. 
A 



130,000 
150,000* 



Elongation in 2", % 
Sheet and Strip 
Typical 
Minimum 
Plate 
Typical 
Minimum 



Rockwell Hardness, Typical 
Endurance Limit, Typical 
ff of Tensile Strength 
Heat treated surface 
Ground surface, 120 grit 
Pickled surface 
Vapor blasted surface 



40,000 
55,000^ 



Cond. 
T 



145,000 
125,000 



100,000 
75,000 



30.0 
20.0 



30.0 
20.0 



B85 



9.0 
4.0 



9.0 
4.0 



Cond. 
TH 950 



215,000 
185,000 



200,000 
165,000 



Cond. 
TH 1050 



200,000 
180,000 



185,000 
150,000 



Compression 
0.2' t Yield Strength, ';c 
of Tensile Yield Strength 

Long. 

Trans. 



PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 

Density 
Grams per cu. cm. 
lbs, per cu. cm 



C31 



8.0 
6.0 



6.0 
3.0 



C45 



40 
29 
40 



9.0 
6.0 



9.0 
6.0 



Cond. 
C 



215,000 
200,000 



185,000 
175,000 



Electrical Resistivity 
Microhm per cm. 



Magnetic Permeability 
100 oersteds 
200 oersteds 
Maximum 



Mean Coefficient Thermal 
Expansion xlO'^ in. per in. 
per degree F. 

70-200 F. 

70-400 F. 

70-600 F. 

70-800 F. 



7.81 
0.282 



81.0 



^Thermal Conductivity Btu 
perhr. per sq.ft. per in. per 
degree F. 
at 300 F. 

500 F. 

850 F. 

900 F. 



8.5 
9.0 
9.5 
9.6 



110 
110 



7.65 
0.276 



C43 



40 
29 
40 



110 
110 



2.0 
1.0 

t 
t 
C43 



Cond. 
CH 900 



250,000 
240,000 



240,000 
230,000 



1.0 
1.0 



C49 



3U 
3U 



115 



87.0 



85-100 

50 
130-165 



5.6 
6.0 
6.1 
6.2 



7.65 
0.276 



85.0 



90-110 

53.63 

175.260 



5.5 
5.8 
5.9 
6.1 



117 
128 
146 
146 



93 
108 



7.67 
0.277 



83.8 



70 
43.5 
125 



6.1 
6.2 
6.4 
6.6 



114 
127 
150 
151 



Poisson's Ratio .27-. 2 8 



♦Maximum |Fatigue Strertgth at 10^ cycles 

fNot Produced §Results of Single Test 

Note: For additional information on 17-7 PH Sheet, Strip and Plate, 

coll our nearest warehouse or sales office. 

Technical information on 17-14 cu-mo furnished on request. 

Technical information on 17-10 P (precipitation-hardening grade) 

furnished on request. ^ 



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STAINLESS STEELS 


m* 




Type Numliers 


Description 


403* 
405 
410* 


416* 


420 
420Ft 


430 


430F 


414* 
431 


- 


Brinell Hardness Ranges on 
wliich the following rates 
are based. 


180-240 


180-240 


180-230 


170-230 


170-230 


230-280 


- 



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Cuttint Rates in Surface Feet Per Minute 




- 


Automatic Screw Machine 


90-100 


120-150 


80-100 


90-100 


120-150 


80-100 




Heavy Duty Single or Multiple 


80-100 


110-130 


60-80 


80-100 


110-130 


70-90 




Spindle 
















Turret Lathe 


80-100 


100-130 


60-80 


80-100 


110-130 


70-90 




Based on Tungsten or Moly 














■ • 


High-Speed Tooling. Rates 
may be increased 15-30% 






























with High-Cobalt or Cast 
















Alloys. 
















Automatic Screw Machine 


110-140 


120-150 


90-120 


110-140 


120-150 


100-140 


• 


(Swiss type) 
















Based on Cast Alloy or 
















Carbide Tooting 














- 


Mining 


40-60 


50-80 


30-50 


40-60 


50-80 


40-60 




Reaming 














-»■" 


Smooth finish at .0037.0075" 


15-40 


15-40 


15-40 


15-40 


15-40 


15-40 




Feed 
















Work Sizing at .0037.0075" 
Feed Based on Tungsten or 


40-120 


40-120 


40-120 


40-120 


40-120 


40-120 


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Moly High-Speed Tooling. 
















Greatly increased rates 
















obtainable with Carbide 
















tooling. 
















Threading 


10-25 


10-25 


10-25 


10-25 


10-25 


10-25 


^ 


Tapping 


10-25 


10-25 


10-25 


10-25 


10-25 


10-25 




Drill Press 


40-80 


60-90 


30-50 


40-80 


60-90 


40-60 




Based on Tungsten or Moly 
















High-Speed Tooling. 
















Single Point Turning 














_ 


Carbide Tooling 
















Roughing 


150-200 


150-200 


100-150 


150-200 


150-200 


140-180 




Finishing 


200-400 


200-400 


150-250 


200-400 


200-400 


150-350 


a 


High Cobalt or Cast Alloy 
Tooling 
Roughing 
















100-130 


100-150 


80-100 


100-130 


100-150 


90-120 




Finishing 
Tungsten or Moiy High-Speed 
Alloy Tooling 


100-150 


150-200 


100-150 


100-150 


150-200 


90-140 
































Roughing 


80-100 


80-100 


60-80 


80-100 


80-100 


60-80 




Finishing 


80-130 


100-150 


80-120 


80-130 


100-150 


80-100 





*Harder Stock m the Brinell Range of 260-320 may be machined by 
reducing these speeds approximately 20%. 

fWhen using automatic screw machine equipment, the free machining type 
allows an increase of about 10% over the cutting rates shown. 



For additional information on machining Stainless Steel, ask for 
the following literature: 

** Machining of Armco Stainless Steels"; "Where and How to 
use Carbides in Machining Stainless Steel"; "Machining Capac- 
ities for Machining Armco Stainless Steel". 



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Type Numbers 








440A 
440B 
440C 
440Ft 


446 


301 
302 
304 
304L 


303 


309-309S 
3t0-310S 
316-316L 


321 
34T 


347F 


n-4PH 


17-7PH 


- 200-265 


170-230 


150-250 


150-240 


150-240 


150-240 


150-240 


300-360 


150-240 



Cutting Ratis in Surface Feet Per Minute 



60-80 
50-70 



50-70 



60-100 



30-50 
15-40 
40-120 



10-25 
10-25 
30-50 



80-100 
60-80 



60-80 



100-140 



40-60 
15-40 



70-90 
60-80 



60-80 



80-120 



40-60 
15-40 



100-130 
90-120 



90-120 



110-130 



40-120 40-80 



10-25 
10-25 
40-60 



100-150 
150-200 



60-80 
80-100 



40-60 
60-80 



10-25 
10-25 
30-50 



40-60 
15-40 
40-120 



10-25 
10-25 
50-80 



60-80 
60-80 



60-80 



80-120 



30-50 
15-40 
40-80 



10-25 
10-25 
30-50 



70-90 
60-80 



60-80 



80-120 



140-180 130-180 150-250 130-180 
150-350 150-300 200-400 150-300 



100-130 
100-150 



60-90 
90-120 



100-130 
100-150 



60-90 
100-120 



100-150 
100-150 



70-90 
100-140 



100-130 
100-150 



60-90 
100-120 



40-60 
15-40 
40-80 



10-25 
10-25 
30-50 



90-110 
80-100 



80-100 



100-120 



130-180 
150-300 



40-60 
15-40 
40-80 



10-25 
10-25 
30-50 



60-80 
50-70 



50-70 



60-80 
50-70 



50-70 



80-120 



40-60 
15-40 
40-80 



150-250 
200-400 



100-130 100-140 
100-150 140-190 



60-90 
100-120 



80-120 



40-60 
15-40 
40-80 



10-25 10-25 
10-25 10-25 
40-60 40-60 



130-180 
150-300 



100-130 
100-150 



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100-130 100-120 



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2 inches 


Rockwell 


Brinell 


HOT ROLLED 


33.000 55.000 40 


B-64 


107 


NORMALIZED 


35.000 50,000 40 


B-57 


97 


RETORT ANNEALED 


28,000 48,000 45 






SOFT ANNEALED 


30.000 48,000 40 






MEDIUM ANNEALED 


40,000 65,000 30 


B-73 


128 


FINISH ANNEALED 


55,000 75,000 20 


B-81 


149 


HARD DRAWN 


67.000 80,000 15 


B-84 


159 


C. .10-.20 MN. . 


30-.60 P. .045 max. 


S. 


.055 max. 



The regular grade of mechanical tubing carried in stock is of 
A. I.S.I. 1015 analysis. It is recommended for general use. Its 
earburizing qualities are good. The general machining qualities 
are good, but, for special requirements, the tubing can be 
treated to develop improved machinability. 



INTERNATIONAL NICKEL 
COMPANY ALLOYS 



Inco alloys and the special products of the International Nickel 
Company are a group of rustproof, corrosion resisting metals that 
are stronger than structural carbon steel and readily fabricated 
by all the usual methods, including hot and cold forming, machin- 
ing, welding and soldering. 

Because they are rustproof and resistant to many corrosives, these 
metals are used in a wide variety of chemical equipment to protect 
the purity of the product, to obtain long life and to minimize 
maintenance expense. In mechanical equipment they are used to 
obtain more dependable operation and to eliminate troubles 
resulting from rust and corrosion, particularly in parts that must 
have good strength, stiffness and resistance to wear. In appearance 
applications they are used to obtain durability and attractiveness. 
Since their mechanical strength is not much affected by extremes 
in temperatures, they are used for such purposes as quick freezing 
equipment and for high pressure steam valves. 

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COMPANY ALLOYS 
(Continued) 



Monel, Nickel and other products in the hot rolled form are 
stronger and much tougher than the hot rolled structural carbon 
steel used in the construction of buildings and bridges. The 
strength and hardness of all our mill products may be increased 
by cold working, but Monel, Nickel and Inconel are not susceptible 
to thermal hardening. However, the special products **K" Monel, 
Duranickel, and Permanickel, can be hardened by heat treatment, 
the properties obtained comparing favorably with heat treated 
alloy steels. The special alloy '*S" Monel can also be heat treated, 
hardnesses being obtained that are comparable to low carbon 
white iron used in pulverizing equipment for high abrasion 
resistance. 

Monel and Nickel are stronger and tougher than other non- 
ferrous metals commonly used to avoid rust and for corrosion- 
resisting purposes. Since they are not only stronger, but much 
more rigid than copper, aluminum and such materials, they are 
better adapted to structural applications. Since elevated tem- 
perature has less effect on their strength and stiffness, they offer 
advantages in steam power equipment and other apparatus 
operated at temperatures above normal. For bearing purposes, 
*'S" Monel has excellent resistance to galling and has high com- 
pressive strength. 

You who have problems in choosing the best alloy to use under 
given conditions may obtain assistance by calling our nearest 
warehouse or sales office. This help may come direct from our 
representative, through technical literature, or, if necessary, 
from a member of the International Nickel Company's technical 
staff. The services of Incogs Development and Research Division 
are available free of charge. This division has first-hand experi- 
ence, and has developed a vast library of field data. 



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New Designation: 








MONEL alloy 400 








Nominal Composition In % 






NICKEL 


66.00 


SILICON 


0.15 


COPPER 


31.50 


CARBON 


0.12 


IRON 


1.35 


SULPHUR 


0.005 


MANGANESE 


.90 










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Monel possesses the unusual combination of steel-like strength and 
toughness with complete immunity to rust and high resistance to 
a long list of corrosives under varying conditions, including salt, 
lye, sulfuric acid and others commonly encountered. 

Strong, corrosion-resistant Monel assures longer equipment life. 
Its corrosion resistance protects the purity, taste and color of 
commodities such as salt, food stuffs, pharmaceuticals and various 
chemical products. It has many mechanical applications such as 
high speed propeller shafting. It has become almost a standard 
material for salt water applications under most conditions. 

Monel is widely used in petroleum production atid refining equip- 
ment, in such forms as condenser tubes, bubble caps, tank linings, 
piping, valves, polish rods and liners, pump rods, work boards in 
bottom hole petroleum field equipment, etc. 

In the rapidly expanding field of off-shore oil drilling, Monel has 
proved its worth as a sheathing material to protect the steel 
piling from salt water corrosion at the tide level zone. This appli- 
cation has been extended to include the structures .housing our 
country's off-shore radar warning system. 




An ofF-thore oil 
drilling rig. Monel 
sheathing protects 
its steel piling 
from salt water 
corrosion at the 
tide level zone. 



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Extra Strength and Hardness 

(through heat treatment) 



"K" MONEL 

New Designation: 

MONEL alloy K-500 I Non-Magnetl. 

Nominal Composition in % 

NICKEL 65.30 MANGANESE 0.60 

COPPER 29.50 CARBON 0.15 

ALUMINUM 2.80 SILICON 0.15 

IRON 1.00 SULPHUR 0.005 



TITANIUM 



0.50 



"K" Monel possesses the rustproof, corrosion-resistant characteris- 
tics of Monel and through heat treatment develops strength and 
hardness comparable to the alloy steels used in high strength 
airplane engine crankshafts. Prior to heat treatment, it may be 
formed and welded with the same ease as Monel. 

Because of its high strength and corrosion-resistance, it is used as 
shafting for pumps handling salt water, acid treated petroleum 
and other corrosive liquids. Its hardness and wear resistance suit 
it for scraper blades, seats and discs of valves, and wearing sleeves. 

Generally, in the oil production field only two corrosives are 
encountered, salt water and hydrogen sulphide. "K'' Monel has 
been found very useful in such media. Because of its non-magnetic 
properties and corrosion resistance, *'K" Monel is an excellent 
material for drill collars in directional drilling equipment where 
sensitive instruments are involved. Important applications are; 
seats in ball and cage valves (on working barrel of bottom hole 
equipment), sucker rods, and gas lift valves. In oil refineries '*K" 
Monel stud bolts have found extensive use in HF Alkylation 
systems. 

Large sluice-gate stems of hammer forged and heat treated '*K" 
Monel, up to 83 2 inches diameter x 20 feet, are used in several of 
the country's largest dams, because it is possible to obtain higher 
strength than in other non-corrosive metals. 




A "K" Monel drill 
collar being 
lowered into hole. 
This drill collar is 
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New Designation; 

MONEL alloy R-405 



For High Speed Machining 



Nominal Composition In % 



NICKEL 
COPPER 
IRON 



65.95 

31.50 

1.35 



SILICON 0.15 

CARBON 0.18 

SULPHUR 0.050 



MANGANESE 0.90 



**R" Monel has the free-cutting qualities required for high-speed 
automatic machine work and at the same time provides the 
corrosion resistance and immunity to rust inherent in Monel. 

Its strength is equal to the best available steel screw stock and it 
may be readily fabricated by cold-forming operations such as 
cold-heading and bending. Being red short, it is not recommended 
for hot-upsetting or other hot-forming operations. 

*'R" Monel is used for parts of regulators, gas lift valves, and other 
applications requiring a high degree of corrosion resistance and 
immunity to rusting. 




Prteition machine parts made with *'R" Monel. It is possible to 
maintain extremely close tolerances with "R" Monel. 



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"KR" MONEL 

New Designation; 

MONEL alloy 501 



For Improved Machtnoblltty 



Nominal Composition in % 

Same as "K" Monel, except 
carbon content of 0.23 
«nd nickel 65.20 

*'KR" Monel is an age-hardenable alloy similar to "K" Monel, 
but with better machinability. It has essentially the same chemical 
composition, corrosion resistance, mechanical and physical 
properties as "K" Monel; and is recommended for parts requiring 

intricate machining. 

"KR" Monel that has not been age-hardened (i.e., "as rolled", 
"as drawn", or quenched) can be machined, using the tools, tool 
design and cutting lubricants normally used for "K" Monel, but 
at the machining speeds used for Monel. For automatic machining 
of "KR" Monel, cutting speeds of 60 to 80 feet per minute may be 
used with the corresponding feeds normally used for machining- 
quality "R" Monel. 



"A" NICKEL 






New Designation! 

NICKEL 200 




For Processing Pure Products 




Nomlnol Composition of "A" Nickel 




NICKEL 99.45 SILICON 0.05 




COPPER 0.05 CARBON 0.06 




IRON 


0.15 SULPHUR 0.005 



MANGANESE 0.25 

NOTE: Nominal Composition of Low Carbon Nickel is same as 
"A" Nickel except carbon content of .01, Manganese 
.20 and Nickel 99.55. 

Nickel is a pure metal with high strength and corrosion resistance. 
It has many applications in the food and chemical industries where 
the protection of purity, color, odor and flavor are essential. 

The outstanding resistance of nickel to molten concentrated 
caustic soda (lye) accounts for its extensive use in both the pro- 
duction and consumption of pure caustic soda. Nickel-clad 
collandrias for the sugar industry represent a new wide use. 
Nickel also has proved valuable in chlorinated hydrocarbon 
processing equipment. 



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DURANICKEL 

New Designatloni 

DURANICKEL alloy 301 



Excallont Spring Properties 
In a Rustproof Metal 



Nomlnol Composition In % 

NICKEL 93.90 ALUMINUM 4.50 

COPPER 0.05 SILICON 0.55 

MANGANESE 0.25 CARBON 0.15 

IRON 0.15 SULPHUR 0.005 

TITANIUM 0.45 

This alloy, in addition to having the corrosion resistance of nickel, 
may be hardened through heat treatment; and will develop 
strength comparable to the oil tempered steel commonly used for 
springs. 

Duranickel, like *'K" Monel, may be hardened after fabrication. 
In the unhardened condition, it may be bent, drawn, machined 
and stamped almost as easily as nickel. 

In oil refineries, Duranickel stud bolts are used extensively in HF 

Alkylation systems. 

Duranickel springs made from both wire and strip have good 
resistance to fatigue, and at room temperatures are performing 
well under many corrosive conditions. Some applications are 
laundry clips, jewelry parts, optical frames, springy in sunlamps 
and spark plugs, and shaker springs on fourdriniers in paper mills. 
Duranickel springs in electric toasters operate effectively up to 
600^ F. 

Its use as instrument parts include diaphragms, bellows, flapper 
valve discs, snap switch blades, and hands and numbers on watches 
used by the blind. 

In the sports field, Duranickel is used for trolling wire, fish hooks 
and other parts of fishing tackle. 

Duranickel "R'* is a machining grade of Duranickel. Its chemical 
composition, mechanical properties, and corrosion characteristics 
are essentially the same as those of Duranickel. 




Springs of 0uranick«l are corrosion-rftsistant as commercially pure nickel, 
ond OS slHf, hard, and strong at heat treated alloy steel springs. 



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PERMANICKEL 

New Designation: 

PERMANICKEL alloy 300 



Nominal Composition tn * 

NICKEL 98.00 

COPPER 0.05 

MANGANESE 0.10 
IRON 0.10 

SULPHUR 0.005 



SILICON 0.10 

TITANIUM 0.40 

MAGNESIUM 0.30 

CARBON 0.25 



Permanickel is an age-hardenable alloy having the same mechan- 
ical properties and resistance to corrosion as Duranickel, but 
different physical constants. It is preferred to Duranickel in a few 
services, such as springs requiring high electrical conductivity, 
and magnetorestrictive units which are operated under stress 
conditions for which the fatigue strength of nickel is inadequate. 



INCONEL 

New Designation: 

INCONEL alloy 600 

Nominal Composition In % 



Heat Resistant — Corrosion 
Resistant 



NICKEL 


76.40 


MANGANESE 


0,20 


CHROMIUM 


15.85 


SILICON 


0.20 


COPPER 


0.10 


CARBON 


0.04 


IRON 


7.20 


SULPHUR 


0.007 



Inconel combines the corrosion resistance, strength and great 
toughness of nickel, the basic metal, with the extra resistance to 
heat and oxidation contributed by chromium. 

Inconel's ability to withstand repeated heating and cooling in the 
range 0°-1600° F., without becoming embrittled, has caused its 
wide-spread adoption for exhaust manifolds for airplane engines 
and for sheathing electric heating elements; at temperatures up 
to 2000° F., it is used for various types of furnace and heat treat- 
ment equipment. Thus its chief use is in the high temperature field. 

Because of its corrosion resistance, the chemical and allied industries 
use Inconel equipment for processing fatty acids, pharmaceuticals 
and organic materials, such as dyestuffs, pure edible oils, and pectin. 

Inconel is particularly suitable for food processing equipment — 
for handling milk, gin, champagne, orange juice, etc., where 
freedom from contamination or discoloration are main requisites 
and resistance to corrosive-cooling brines and scouring and 
sterilizing compounds are important. 



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New Desisnation: 

INCONEL alloy X-750 



Nominal Composition In % 

NICKEL 72.80 ALUMINUM 

CHROMIUM 15.15 

IRON 6.75 

TITANIUM 2.55 

COLUMBIUM 0.85 



0.80 
SILICON 0.30 

MANGANESE 0.70 
COPPER 0-05 

CARBON 0.04 

SULPHUR 0.007 

This is an alloy having a low creep-rate under high stresses at 
1200°-1500° F. (after suitable thermal treatment), highly resistant 
to chemical corrosion and oxidation, and suitable for use as springs 
up to 1000° F. Above 1500°, its creep strength diminishes and 
its oxidation resistance falls below that of Inconel. 

Typical uses include parts of aircraft gas turbines, or other gas 
turbines, and heat engines that require high strength and a low 
plastic flow rate at temperatures up to 1500° F. 

Complete information is unavailable to date on the mechanical 
properties of Inconel '*X", and it is suggested that you get in 
touch with our nearest warehouse or sales office for additional 
technical data. 



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INCOLOY 

New Designation: 

INCOLOY alloy 800 



Heat Resistant — Corrosion 
Resistant 



Nominal Composition In % 



NICKEL 


32.50 


SILICON 


0.35 


CHROMIUM 


20.50 


COPPER 


0.30 


IRON 


45.50 


CARBON 


0.04 


MANGANESE 


0.75 


SULPHUR 


0.00 



Incoloy provides a high temperature alloy with good resistance 
to oxidation, strength at elevated temperatures, and good work- 
ability and welding properties. 

Because it is a relatively new alloy, Incoloy's corrosion resistance 
at high temperatures is still under test. In terms of behavior in 
various high temperature environments, it is anticipated that the 
alloy, because of its lower nickel content, will be superior to 
Inconel in its resistance to sulphur attack, * 'green rot", and 
molten cyanide salts; comparable to Inconel in resistance to 
oxidation and in fused neutral salts; and inferior to Inconel in 
nitriding, halogen gases, and molten caustic. 



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NI-O-NEL 

New Designation: 

NI-O-NEL alloy 825 



Acid Corrosion Resistant 



Nominal Composition In ' 

NICKEL 42.50 

CHROMIUM 22.50 
IRON 27.75 

MOLYBDENUM 3.10 
SULPHUR 0.007 

TITANIUM 0.50 



COPPER 1 .80 

MANGANESE 0.55 

SILICON 0.35 

CARBON 0.03 

ALUMINUM 0.15 

COLUMBIUM 0.75 



Ni-O-Nel, the newest of the high-nickel Inco alloys, was developed 
to withstand certain corrosive conditions of unusual severity. It 
answers a n.eed not filled by any other Inco alloys, in that it has 
the specific ability to perform well in certain hot acids and oxidiz- 
ing chemicals as well as in other media. 

It is considerably more resistant to reducing conditions — such as 
hot sulphuric, sulphurous and phosphoric acid solutions than any 
of the common stainless steels. It is also a good material to use 
with nitric acid solutions, nitrates, and cupric, ferric and mercuric 
salts, except chlorides. In view of the generally useful resistance 
of the stainless steels in many nitric acid solutions, it is probable 
that Ni-O-Nel will prove valuable in mixtures of nitric with other 
acids such as nitric-sulphuric, nitric-phosphoric, and some nitric- 
hydrofluoric solutions. 

It performs well in most organic acids. It shows excellent resist- 
ance to boiling concentrated acetic acid, acetic-formic acid mix- 
tures, maleic and phthalic acids and other organic acids which 
are frequently corrosive to stainless steels. 

Ni-O-Nel shows particular adaptability for heat exchanger equip- 
ment due to the fact that it not only resists a wide range of 
chemical corrosives, but also performs well with certain trouble- 
some cooling waters. It has shown considerably better resistance 
than Type 316 Stainless to pitting attack in sea water, and also 
to stress corrosion cracking in chloride solutions. 

Ni-O-Nel is available in all wrought mill forms. Contact our 
nearest warehouse or sales ofl^ce and ask for technical bulletin 
T-37, ''Engineering Properties of NI-0-NEL'\ 



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NI-O-NEL alloy 825 



The following properties of Ni-o-nel should not be used for spec- 
ification purposes, but indicate average properties obtained on 
several forms. 



Description 


Size 


Yield 
Strength 

(PSI) 


Tensile 
Strength 

(PSI) 


Elon- 
gation 


Hard- 
noss* 


1 Cold Drawn Tubing— Annealed 


^"0.0. X.048 

riPS 

I'^IPS 


43,000 
54,000 
53,000 


94.000 
99,000 
100,000 


43.0 
47.0 
36.0 


65 30-Tt 
88 
94 


T Cold Drawn Wire, Rod-As Drawn 


Hi Dia. 
H^Dia. 
Ml" Dia. 




158,000 
155,500 
153,500 






Cold Rolled Sheets— Annealed 


.062" X 36" X 96" 
.109^ X 36" X 96" 


41,500 
37,000 


95,500 
94,000 


44.0 
49.0 


80 
77 


Cold Rolled Strip— Annealed 


.125" xiy," 


43,500 


101,500 


46,0 


83 


Hot Rolled Sheets— Annealed 


.187" X 26" X 50" 


39,000 


91,500 


50.0 


78 


*Rockwell B 
T*'Rockwel( Superficial" Hardness 


CREEP AND RUPTURE 




PROPERTIES OF INCI 
alloy 800 AND 
J INCONEL alloy 600 


3L0Y 


Hrgh-Temperature Strength 
Properties of Incoloy and 
Inconel 



The two most useful properties employed in the design of structures 
for high-temperature service are the creep and rupture strengths. 
The creep strength at a given temperature relates the initially 
applied stress to a specific rate of plastic deformation in the 
interval of second-stage creep behavior, during which it is assumed 
that this rate is approximately constant with time. The rupture 
strength relates the initial stress to the time required to produce 
failure. 

Since grain size may influence these properties profoundly, it may 
be desirable to refer to other data published by the International 
Nickel Company on Inconel and Incoloy. 

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STRESS-RUPTURE 
PROPERTIES OF INCOIOY 
alloy 800 



Temp, 
of 



1400 
1600 
1800 
2000 



Creeit Strenstti 



Stress, PSL, to produce a 

minimum creep rate of: 

0.01 per cent 0.10 per cent 

in 1,000 hr. in 1.000 hr. 



1150 
250 
250 



1500 
500 
500 
200 



CREEP AND 
STRESS-RUPTURE 
PROPERTIES OF INCONEL 
alloy 600 



Temp, 
ot 



800 
900 
1000 
UOO 
1200 
1300 
UOO 
1500 
1600 
1700 
1800 
2000 



Creep Stren^ttt 



Stress, PSl., to produce 

an elonsation of: 

0.1 per cent 1.0 per cent 

in 10,000 hr. in 10,000 hr. 



46,000 
30,000 
14,500 
7,200 
5,500 
4,000 (4,000*) 
1,700 
680 
460 (1,700*) 

350 
340 (340*) 



57,000 
42,000 
25,000 
12,000 
9,300 
6,400 
3,500 
1,400 (3,100*) 
640 (2,000*) 
450 (1,100*) 
560 (560*) 
.... (270*) 



Stress-Rupture Strength 

Stress, PSl., 
for rupture in: 

100 hr. 1.000 hr. 



9000 
3700 
2800 
1300 



4500 

2300 

1700 

850 



Stress-Rupture Strength 



Stress, PSl., 
for rupture in: 

100 hr. 1.000 hr. 



50,000 



21,000 
8,500 
4,500 



34,000 
12,000 



2,500 (2,800*) 
.... (1,350*) 



5,500 

2,700 

1,560 (1,700*) 
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MONEL ALLOY 400 BOAT SHAFTS 



R.P.M. 

— 10000 

|l8000 

—6000 

E-4000 



— 2000 



-1000 
• 800 



-600 
■ 400 

1-200 
— 100 



A straight Ime drawn across the chart indicates the relations 
between the three factors, Shaft Horsepower, Revolutions per 
Minute and Diameter. For instance, for a 100-Horsepower engine 
turning at 1000 revolutions per minute the chart indicates a 
shaft size of 1}-^" diameter. 

This would be for an engine which has no reduction gears If a 

heavier propeller were used in the same set of conditions with a 

gear reduction of 2y^ to 1, it would be necessary to go to approx- 

Continued on next page 



332 



MONEL alloy 400 BOAT 
SHAFT SIZES (Continued) 



imately a ^M** dia. shaft to accommodate the decreased r.p.m. 
(approximately 400 ). 

In general the relation of engine speed to Shaft Speed is effected 
by the use of mechanical reduction gears with the subsequent 
increase of propeller size which the engine can drive with such 
relief. With this set of circumstances it becomes necessary to 
carry a heavier propeller. This is accomplished by cantilevering 
the propeller out beyond the stern bearing, and would normally 
call for a longer size tail shaft to accomodate the additional weight 
and torque for the increased load. 

Because of a lower yield point and modulus of elasticity than 
Monel, naval bronze shafting should be increased by 20% above 
the determined value for Monel. 



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BURSTING PRESSURE OF 
SEAMLESS TUBING 

This ••etion it inlended for use at a guide only. Althougii tKe data 
it talcen from autJiorilative tourcet we cannot be retpontible for the 

accuracy of the methodt or tablet. Complete information on burtting 

pretturet is given in the ASME Boiler Code. 

The information that follows refers specifically to seamless tubing 
which has received sufficient cold work during fabrication to 
produce a fine to medium grain structure. Welded tubing, brazed 
tubing, hot-rolled seamless tubing, and large-size, cold-drawn 
seamless tubing are not included in this discussion. Their prop- 
erties depend upon methods of manufacture and may or may not 
conform to the following comments. 

Con finned on nexf page 




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BURSTING PRESSURE OF 
SEAiMLESS TUBING 
(Continued) 



INTERNAL PRESSURE 

For all ordinary calculations pertaining to the bursting strength 
of commercial seamless tubes and pipes in straight lengths, re- 
gardless of material, Barlow's Formula (1) is the one most used. 
The inappreciable theoretical error resulting from its use is on 
the side of safety. This formula, as given below, was adopted by 
the ASME Boiler Construction Code (U-20) for determining in- 
ternal pressure of non-ferrous tubes and pipes. 



2St PD 

P = ort = . 

D 2S 



(1) 



where: P^ maximum allowable working pressure, in pounds per 
square inch. 

t = minimum wall thickness, in inches. 

Tensile Strength 
S = r i TTTTT" "= maximum allowable working stress 

^ actor of Safety from Tables A and B (pages 390 and 
391) for ASME code requirements. 

D = Outside diameter of pipe, in inches. 

The usual factors of safety for non-code requirements are: 

Power (steam) 5 

Liquids 4 

Air and Gas . .S 

The formula is subject to the following instructions: 

(a) Applicable only to diameters 3^ inch outside diameter to 6 
mches outside diameter, inclusive, and for wall thicknesses 
not less than No. 18 Bwg. (0.049 inch). 

(b) Additional wall thickness should be provided where corro- 
sion is expected. 

(c) Where tube ends are threaded, additional wall thickness of 

0.8 

; — • is to be provided. 

number of threads per mch 

(d) The requirements for rolling or otherwise setting tubes in 
tube plates, may require -additional wall thickness. 



11 



The code provides the limiting stresses for use in the design of 
pressure vessels and it is necessary to take account of the effect 
of static head that may be produced in any part in order that 
such stress limits be not exceeded. 



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SEAMLESS TUBING 
(Continued) 



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TABLE (APPROXIMATE) 



Values vary depending on grades and conditions of material 
involved. Rockwell '*B" Scale should not be used over B-100. The 
**C'* Scale should not be used under C-20. 



Brinell 
Hard 
Ho. 



B 

Scale 



C 
Scale 



Shore 

Sclero- 

scope 

Hard 

Ho. 



Tensile 
Us. 

Sq. In. 

In 1000 
Lbs. 



Brinell 
Hard 
Ho. 



Rock- 
well 

B 
Scale 



782 




72 


107 


383 


744 




69 


100 


365 


713 




67 


96 


350 


683 




65 


92 


334 


652 




63 


88 


318 


627 




61 


85 


307 


600 




59 


81 


294 


578 




58 


78 


284 


555 




56 


75 


271 


532 




54 


72 


260 


512 




52 


70 


251 


495 




51 


68 


242 


477 




49 


66 


233 


460 




48 


64 


226 


444 




47 


61 


217 


430 




45 


59 


210 


418 




44 


57 


205 


402 




43 


55 


197 


387 




41 


53 


189 


375 




40 


52 


183 


364 




39 


50 


178 


351 




38 


49 


172 


340 




37 


47 


167 


332 




36 


46 


162 


321 




35 


45 


157 


311 




34 


44 


152 


302 




33 


42 


148 


293 




31 


41 


144 


286 




30 


40 


140 


277 




29 


39 


136 


269 




28 


38 


132 


262 




27 


37 


128 


255 




26 


36 


125 


248 




25 


36 


121 


241 


100 


24 


35 


118 


235 


99 


23 


34 


115 


228 


98 


22 


33 


113 


223 


97 


21 


33 


109 


217 


96 


20 


32 


106 


212 


95 




31 


104 


207 


94 




30 


101 


202 


93 




30 


99 


196 


92 




29 


96 


192 


91 




29 


94 


187 


90 




28 


91 


183 


89 




28 


90 


179 


88 




27 


89 


174 


87 




27 


88 


170 


86 




26 


86 


166 


85 




26 


85 



Shore 
Sclero- 
scope 
Hard 
Ho. 



Tensile 
Lbs. 

Sq. In. 

In 1000 
Lbs. 



163 


84 


25 


84 


159 


83 


25 


82 


156 


82 


24 


80 


153 


81 


24 


79 


149 


80 


23 


78 


146 


78 


23 


77 


143 


77 


22 


76 


140 


76 




74 


137 


75 




73 


134 


74 




71 


131 


72 




70 


128 


71 




69 


126 


70 




67 


124 


69 




66 


121 


67 




65 


118 


66 




63 


116 


65 




62 


114 


64 




61 


112 


62 




60 


109 


61 




59 


107 


59 




58 


105 


58 




57 


103 


57 




56 


101 


56 




55 


99 


54 




54 


97 


53 




53 


96 


52 




53 


95 


51 




52 


93 


50 




52 


92 


49 




51 


90 


48 




50 


88 


47 




49 


87 


46 




48 


86 


45 




48 


85 


44 




47 


83 


43 




47 


82 


42 




46 


81 


41 




46 


80 


40 




45 


79 


39 




45 


78 


38 




44 


77 


37 




44 


76 


36 




43 


75 


35 




43 


74 


33 




42 


73 


31 




42 


72 


30 




41 


71 


29 




41 


70 


27 




40 


69 


26 




40 



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1 DIMENSIONS FOR SEAMLESS AND WELDED PIPE COMMONLY USED FOR CORROSION SERVICE 


DIMENSIONS FOR 
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conformance with A.S.A. B36.10, identical through 8" sire. 


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5.047 

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2.157 

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3.260 

3.760 

4.260 

5.295 

6.357 

8.329 

10.420 

12.390 

13.624 

15.624 

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1.530 

1.770 

2.245 

2.709 

3.334 

3 834 

4.334 

5.345 

5.407 

8.407 

10.482 

12.438 

13.688 

15.670 

17.670 

19.624 

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1.050 

1.315 

1.660 

1.900 

2.375 

2.875 

3.500 

4.000 

4.500 

5.563 

6.625 

8.625 

10.750 

12.750 

14.000 

16.000 

18.000 

20.000 

24.000 


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CIRCUMFERENCE AND 
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Diameter 
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Circumference 



Feet Inches 



Area 

Square 

Feet 



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% 

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1 

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1V2 
1% 
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2 

2% 

2% 
2V2 

2y4 
3 

3H 
3V4 

3% 
31/2 
35/8 
33/4 
3% 
4 

4V8 

41/4 
434 



1V64 
2V64 
»V32 
2 5/32 
«V64 
nV84 

1»V«4 
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nVl6 

2»/«4 
2 3/4 

21 Vie 

3V64 
3V2 

3% 

4 Vie 
41V16 

5 Vie 
5Vie 

syg 

6V4 

65/8 

7 

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IOV16 

lO^Vie 
113/8 

113/4 

Va 

Vie 

^Vie 

IV16 

l»Vie 



0055 
0069 
0085 
0103 
0123 
0144 
0167 
0192 
0218 
0246 
0276 
0308 
0341 
0376 
0412 
0451 
0491 
0533 
0576 
0621 
0668 
0717 
0767 
0819 
0873 
0928 
0985 
1044 



Diameter 
In Inches 



Circumference 



Fei 



4^/2 

45/8 
43/4 
4y8 
5 

5V4 
53/8 
5V2 
5% 
53/4 

syg 

6 

6y8 
6V4 

63/8 

6 1/2 
S% 

6 3/4 

6y8 

7 

7y8 

7V4 

73/8 

7y2 
7y8 

73/4 

7 ye 

8 

8 ye 

8y4 

8 3/8 

8y2 

8y8 

8 3/4 

eye 

9 

9y8 

9V4 

93/8 
9y2 
95/8 

93/4 



X Inches 



2y8 
2y2 

2 ye 

3 Vie 

3>Vl6 

4 Vie 

4 Vie 
4y8 

5y4 
55/8 

6 

6Vie 
6»3/i6 

73/H 

7y8 

8 

8 3/8 

8 3/4 
93/,8 

9Vl6 

91 Vie 

103/8 
103/4 

iiys 
iiy2 

11^5/16 

5/,e 
^Vie 

lye 
Ty2 

lye 
2V4 

2»Vie 

3 Vie 

3 Vie 

3% 

4% 

45/8 

5 

5 Vie 
5»3/,e 
63/,6 

6 5/8 



Area 

Square 

Feet 



.1104 
.1167 
.1230 
.1237 
.1364 
.1433 
.1503 
.1575 
.1650 
.1726 
.1803 
.1883 
.1964 
.2046 
.2131 
.2217 
.2304 
.2394 
.2485 
.2578 
.2673 
.2763 
.2867 
.2966 
.3068 
.3164 
.3275 
.3382 
.3491 
.3601 
.3712 
.3826 
.3941 
.4057 
.4176 
.4296 
.4418 
.4541 
.4667 
.4794 
.4922 
.5053 
.5185 



To find the weight of a circfe, multiply its area in square feet by the weight 
per square foot, as shown on pages 249 to 252. For example. If you want 



the weight of an Vs " thick brass circle, 23 " 



Multiply 5.508 pounds (weight per sq. ft. of '/a 
by 2.885 (area In square feet) 

= 15,891 H- pounds 



In diameter . 
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Diameter 


Circumference 


Area 

Square 

Feet 


Diameter 


Circumference 


Area 

Square 

Feel 


In Inches 


Feet 


Inches 


In Inches 


Feet 


Inches 


9% 


2 


7 


.5319 


16 


4 


21/4 


1.396 


10 


2 


7% 


.5454 


161/8 


4 


25/8 


1.418 


lOVs 


2 


73/4 


.5591 


I61/4 


4 


3 


1.440 


IOV4 


2 


8V16 


.5730 


163/8 


4 


37/16 


1.463 


10% 


2 


8V,6 


.5871 


161/2 


4 


313/,6 


1.485 


101^ 


2 


8»Vi6 


.6013 


16% 


4 


41/4 


1.508 


10% 


2 


9% 


.6157 


163/4 


4 


45/8 


1.530 


103/4 


2 


93/4 


.6303 


167/8 


4 


5 


1.553 


loy. 


2 


lOVg 


.6450 


17 


4 


5% 


1.576 


11 


2 


10V2 


.6600 


17% 


4 


53/4 


1.599 


11 Vs 


2 


1015/16 


.6750 


171/4 


4 


63/16 


1.623 


IIV4 


2 


1 1 V16 


.6902 


173/8 


4 


6V16 


1.647 


11% • 


2 


invu 


.7057 


171/2 


4 


615/16 


1.670 


11^/4 


3 


Vs 


.7213 


175/8 


4 


75/,6 


1.694 


11% 


3 


Vi 


.7371 


173/4 


4 


73/4 


1.712 


iiy4 


3 


% 


.7530 


177/8 


4 


8% 


1.743 


11% 


3 


1V4 


.7690 


18 


4 


8 1/2 


1.767 


12 


3 


1"/16 


.7854 


181/8 


4 


815/16 


1.792 


12% 


3 


2Vie 


.8019 


I8I/4 


4 


95/,6 


1.817 


12% 


3 


2Vl6 


.8185 


183/8 


4 


93/4 


1.842 


12% 


3 


27/8 


.8353 


181/2 


4 


101/16 


1.866 


12% 


3 


31/4 


.8523 


185/8 


4 


101/2 


1.892 


12% 


3 


3% 


.8694 


183/4 


4 


107/8 


1.918 


1234 


3 


4 


.8867 


187/8 


4 


111/4 


1.943 


12% 


3 


4Vl6 


.9041 


19 


4 


11% 


1.968 


13 


3 


4»Vl6 


.9218 


191/8 


5 


I/16 


1.995 


13% 


3 


5Vl6 


.9396 


191/4 


5 


V16 


2.021 


UVi 


3 


5% 


.9576 


193/8 


5 


»3/i6 


2.047 


13% 


3 


6 


.9757 


191/2 


5 


1 V4 


2.074 


13% 


3 


6% 


.9940 


19% 


5 


1% 


2.100 


13% 


3 


6 3/4 


1.013 


193/4 


5 


2 


2.127 


13% 


3 


7Vl6 


1.031 


197/8 


5 


27/,6 


2.154 


13% 


3 


7Vi6 


1.050 


20 


5 


213/16 


2.181 


14 


3 


7»Vi6 


1.069 


201/8 


5 


33/,6 


2.209 


14% 


3 


8 3/8 


1.088 


201/4 


5 


3Vl6 


2.237 


14% 


3 


8 3/4 


1.108 


20 3/8 


5 


4 


2.264 


14% 


3 


9% 


1.127 


201/2 


5 


4% 


2.292 


14% 


3 


9V2 


1.147 


20 5/8 


5 


43/4 


2.320 


14% 


3 


9»Vl6 


1.167 


20 3/4 


5 


53/,6 


2.348 


14% 


3 


10V16 


1.187 


20 7/8 


5 


5Vl6 


2.377 


14% 


3 


1011/16 


1.207 


21 


5 


5 15/16 


2.405 


15 


3 


1 1 V16 


1.227 


21% 


5 


65/16 


2.434 


15% 


3 


1114 


1.248 


211/4 


5 


6 3/4 


2.463 


i8y4 


3 


11% 


1.268 


213/8 


5 


7% 


2.492 


15% 




V4 


1.289 


21% 


5 


7% 


2.521 


15% 




% 


1.310 


215/8 


5 


77/8 


2.551 


15% 




1V16 


1.332 


213/4 


5 


85/16 


2.580 


15»/4 




iy8 


1.353 


217/g 


5 


8II/16 


2.607 


ISVs 




1»Vl6 


1.375 


22 


5 


9Vl6 


2.639 



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Diameter 


Circumference 


Area 

Square 

Feet 


Diameter 
In Inches 


Circumference 


Area 

Square 

Feet 


In Inches 


Feet 


Inches 


Feet 


Inches 


22 Vs 


5 


91/2 


2.670 


321/2 


8 


6V16 


5.760 


221/4 


5 


9 78 


2.700 


32 3/4 


8 


678 


5.849 


22 3/8 


5 


101/4 


2.730 


33 


8 


7% 


5.939 


221/2 


5 


10% 


2.761 


331/4 


8 


8V16 


6.029 


22% 


5 


1 1 Vis 


2.792 


331/2 


8 


93/16 


6.121 


223/4 


5 


I 1 V16 


2.823 


333/4 


8 


10 


6.212 


227/8 


5 


ll'Vie 


2.854 


34 


8 


1013/16 


6.305 


23 


6 


Vi 


2.885 


341/4 


8 


1 1 V16 


6.398 


231/8 


6 


% 


2.917 


341/2 


9 


% 


6.490 


231/4 


5 


1 


2.948 


343/4 


9 


IVs 


6.581 


233/8 


6 


1% 


2.980 


35 


9 


I'Vis 


6.681 


231/2 


6 


1»Vl6 


3.012 


351/4 


9 


21 Vis 


6.771 


23% 


6 


23/,e 


3.044 


351/2 


9 


31/2 


6.873 


233/4 


6 


2Vi6 


3.076 


353/4 


9 


41/4 


6.970 


23% 


6 


3 


3.109 


36 


9 


5 Vie 


7.068 


24 


6 


3% 


3.141 


361/4 


9 


578 


7.167 


24 1/4 


6 


41/8 


3.207 


361/2 


9 


6% 


7.266 


241/2 


6 


41 Vis 


3.274 


36 3/4 


9 


7 Vis 


7.361 


243/4 


6 


53/4 


3.341 


37 


9 


83/,6 


7.466 


25 


6 


6 1/2 


3.408 


371/4 


9 


9 


7.568 


251/4 


6 


7Vi6 


3.477 


371/2 


9 


93/4 


7.670 


251/2 


6 


8I/16 


3.546 


373/4 


9 


10 Vis 


7.770 


2534 


6 


BVb 


3.616 


38 


9 


11% 


7.875 


26 


6 


9% 


3.687 


381/4 


10 


Vb 


7.979 


261/4 


6 


10 Vis 


3.758 


381/2 


10 


>Vis 


8.081 


261/2 


6 


nv* 


3,830 


38 3/4 


10 


l»Vis 


8.189 


26 3/4 


7 




3.900 


39 


10 


21/2 


8.295 


27 


7 


»VlS 


3.976 


391/4 


10 


3V4 


8.403 


271/4 


7 


iVis 


4.050 


391/2 


10 


4 Vis 


8.509 


27 1^ 


7 


2% 


4.125 


393/4 


10 


4 78 


8.618 


273/4 


7 


31/8 


4.200 


40 


10 


5% 


8.726 


28 


7 


3iVi€ 


4.276 


401/4 


10 


6V1S 


8.831 


28 1/4 


7 


411/16 


4.353 


40 lA 


10 


73/16 


8.941 


28 lA 


7 


51/2 


4.430 


40 3/4 


10 


8 


9.051 


28 3/4 


7 


6 1/4 


4.508 


41 


10 


8^4 


9.168 


29 


7 


7 Vie 


4.586 


411/4 


10 


9Vis 


9.280 


291/4 


7 


7Vs 


4.666 


411/2 


10 


103/8 


9.391 


29 1^ 


7 


8% 


4.746 


413/4 


10 


llVs 


9.501 


293/4 


7 


9Vis 


4.827 


42 


10 


llis/is 9-621 


30 


7 


103/16 


4.908 


421/4 


11 


»Vi 


s 9.736 


301/4 


7 


11 


4.990 


421/2 


11 


IV2 


9.851 


301/2 


7 


1113/is 5.073 


42 3/4 


11 


21/4 


9.968 


30 34 


8 


V16 


5.157 


43 


11 


31/,6 


10.084 


31 


8 


1% 


5.241 


431/4 


11 


313/1 


6 10.202 


311/4 


8 


21/8 


5.326 


431/2 


11 


4% 


10.320 


31 1/2 


8 


21 Vi 


6 5.412 


433/4 


11 


5% 


10.439 


3134 


8 


3ii/,6 5.498 


44 


11 


63/,6 


10.559 


32 


8 


41^ 


5.585 


441/4 


11 


7 


10.679 


321/4 


8 


5Vl6 


5.672 


441/2 


11 


73/4 


10.800 



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Diameter 
In Inches 


Circu 


mference 


Area 

Square 

Feet 


Diameter 
In Inches 


Circumference 


Area 

Square 

Feet 


Feet 


Inches 


Feet 


Inches 


4434 


1 1 


8V16 


10.922 


57 


14 


1 1 V16 


17.721 


45 


1 1 


9% 


11.044 


571/4 


14 


inVie 


17.876 


451/4 


1 1 


lOi/g 


11.161 


571/2 


15 


% 


18.032 


451/2 


11 


1015/16 


11.290 


573/4 


15 


1% 


18.190 


4534 


11 


n 11/16 


11.415 


58 


15 


23/,6 


18.348 


46 


-12 


V2 


11.540 


581/4 


15 


2IV16 


18.506 


461/4 


12 


tV4 


11.666 


581/2 


15 


33/4 


18.665 


461/2 


12 


2Vl6 


11.793 


58 3/4 


15 


4Vl6 


18.825 


4534 


12 


2^Vl6 


11.920 


59 


15 


5Vl6 


18.986 


47 


12 


35/8 


12.048 


591/4 


15 


61/8 


19.147 


471/4 


12 


4Vl6 


12.177 


591/2 


15 


6^8 


19.309 


471/2 


12 


5Vl6 


12.306 


593/4 


15 


7»Vl6 


19.471 


4734 


12 


6 


12.436 


60 


15 


8 '72 


19.635 


48 


12 


6 3/4 


12.566 


60 1/4 


15 


9V4 


19.799 


481/4 


12 


7Vl6 


12.697 


60 1/2 


15 


lOVie 


19.964 


481/2 


12 


8V16 


12.829 


60 3/4 


15 


1013/,g 


20.129 


48 34 


12 


SVb 


12.961 


61 


15 


11% 


20.295 


49 


12 


9^Vl6 


13.095 


6IV4 


16 


% 


20.462 


491/4 


12 


1011/,6 


13.229 


61 Vz 


16 


IVie 


20.623 


491/2 


12 


11 Vz 


13.363 


613/4 


16 


l*Vl6 


20.797 


4934 


13 


% 


13.499 


62 


16 


2 3/4 


20.966 


50 


13 


1V16 


13.635 


621/4 


16 


3 Vie 


21,135 


501/4 


13 


I'Vis 


13.772 


621/2 


16 


4 Vie 


21.306 


501/2 


13 


z% 


13.909 


62 3/4 


16 


51/8 


21.476 


50 3/4 


13 


3% 


14.047 


63 


16 


57/8 


21.648 


51 


13 


4 Me 


14.186 


631/4 


16 


6»Vl6 


21.819 


51 1/4 


13 


5 


14.325 


631/2 


16 


7Vl6 


21.992 


511^ 


13 


5^4 


14.465 


633/4 


16 


8 1/4 


22.166 


513/^ 


13 


6V16 


14.606 


64 


16 


9 


22.340 


52 


13 


7Vl6 


14.748 


641/4 


16 


9 'Vie 


22.515 


521/4 


13 


81/8 


14.890 


641/2 


16 


lOVs 


22.695 


52 H 


13 


BVs 


15.033 


643/4 


16 


113/8 


22.867 


52 3/4 


13 


9»Vie 


15.176 


65 


17 


3/16 23.044 


53 


13 


IOV2 


15.320 


651/4 


17 


»Vi6 23.222 


531/4 


13 


111/4 


15.465 


651/2 


17 


1 3/4 23.400 


53 1/2 


14 


V16 


15.611 


653/4 


17 


21/2 23.578 


5334 
54 


14 


'V16 


15.757 


66 


17 


3 Vie 23.758 


14 


IVs 


15.904 


66 1/4 


17 


41/8 23.939 


541/4 


14 


23/8 


16.052 


66 1/2 


7 


47/8 24.119 


541/2 


14 


3 Vie 


16.200 


66 3/4 


7 


511/16 24.307 


5434 


14 


4 


16.349 


67 1 


7 


6 Vie 24.484 


55 


14 


43/4 


16.499 


671/4 1 


7 


71/4 24.667 


551/4 


14 


5Vi« 


16.649 


671/2 17 


8 24.851 


5514 


14 


6V16 


16.800 


673/4 17 


8i3/,g 25.035 


553/4 


14 


7Vg 


16.952 


68 17 


9V« 25.220 


56 


14 


7% 


17.104 


68 1/4 17 10 3/8 25.406 


561/4 


14 


81 Vie 


17.257 


68 1/2 17 113/jg 25.592 


56 1^ 


14 


9H 


17.411 


68 3/4 17 11i5/« 25.779 


56 3/4 


14 


101/4 


17.565 


69 18 


3/4 25.967 



I5IANA 



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AREA OF CIRCLES 












(Continued) 














Diameter 


Circumference 


Area 

Square 

Feet 


Diameter 


Circumference 


Area 

Square 

Feet 


In Inches 


Feet 


tncties 


In Inches 


Feet 


Inches 


69 V4 


18 


1V2 


26.156 


91 


23 


9y8 


45.166 


691/2 


18 


2Vi6 


26.345 


91 y2 


23 


1 1 V16 


45.663 


69 3/4 


18 


3% 


26.535 


92 


24 


1 


46.164 


70 


18 


3% 


26.725 


921/2 


24 


1V16 


46.667 


701/4 


18 


4>Vl6 


26.920 


93 


24 


41/8 


47.173 


70 H 


18 


5Vi6 


27.110 


931/2 


24 


511/16 


47.681 


70 3/4 


18 


6 1/4 


27.301 


94 


24 


71/4 


48.193 


71 


18 


7 


27.494 


941/2 


24 


8% 


48.707 


711/4 


18 


7'3/,e 


27.690 


95 


24 


IOV16 


49.224 


71 V2 


18 


8Vi« 


27.881 


951/2 


25 




49.743 


713/4 


18 


93/8 


28.080 


96 


25 


IV16 


50.265 


72 


18 


103/,, 


28.274 


961/2 


25 


31/8 


50.790 


72 1/2 


18 


113/4 


28.670 


97 


25 


411/16 


51.318 


73 


19 


IV16 


29.065 


971/2 


25 


6 1/4 


51.849 


73 1^ 


19 


278 


29.465 


98 


25 


7y8 


52.382 


74 


19 


4Vl6 


29.867 


981/2 


25 


9Vi6 


52.917 


741/2 


19 


6 


30.272 


99 


25 


11 


53.456 


75 


19 


7Vi6 


30.680 


991/2 


26 


V16 


53,997 


751/2 


19 


9Vi€ 


31.090 


100 


26 


21/8 


54.542 


76 


19 


103/4 


31.503 


1001/2 


26 


311/16 


55.088 


76 H 


20 


V16 


31.920 


101 


26 


51/4 


55.638 


77 


20 


1% 


32.338 


1011/2 


26 


613/16 


56.191 


771/2 


20 


3Vl6 


32.759 


102 


26 


8V16 


56.745 


78 


20 


5 


33.183 


1021/2 


26 


10 


57.303 


781/2 


20 


6V16 


33.610 


103 


26 


1 1 V16 


57.863 


79 


20 


81/8 


34.039 


1031/2 


27 


IVs 


58.427 


791/2 


20 


93/4 


34.472 


104 


27 


211/16 


58.992 


80 


20 


1 1 V16 


34.907 


1041/2 


27 


- 41/4 


59.562 


80 1/2 


21 


Vs 


35.344 


105 


27 


5 13/16 


60.132 


81 


21 


2Vh 


35.785 


1051/2 


27 


7Vl6 


60.705 


811/2 


21 


4 


36-228 


106 


27 


9 


61.283 


82 


21 


5Vl6 


36.674 


106 1/2 


27 


IOV16 


61.861 


82 1^ 


21 


71/8 


37.122 


107 


28 


Vb 


62.446 


83 


21 


8 3/4 


37.574 


1071/2 


28 


nVi6 


63.030 


831/2 


21 


IOV16 


38.028 


108 


28 


3V4 


63.617 


84 


21 


11% 


38.485 


1 08 1/2 


28 


4 13/16 


64,208 


841/2 


22 


tVl6 


38.944 


109 


28 


6 3/8 


64.801 


85 


22 


3 


39.406 


1091/2 


28 


8 


65.396 


851/2 


22 


4Vi« 


39.872 


110 


28 


9Vl6 


65,995 


86 


22 


61/8 


40.339 


1101/2 


28 


nys 


66.596 


86 1/2 


22 


7»Vi6 


40.809 


111 


29 


^Vl6 


67.201 


87 


22 


9Vl6 


41.282 


1 11 V2 


29 


21/4 


67.808 


871/2 


22 


loyg 


41.758 


112 


29 


3»Vi6 


68.417 


88 


23 


Vie 


42.237 


1121/2 


29 


53/8 


69.030 


88 1/2 


23 


2 


42.718 


113 


29 


7 


69.644 


89 


23 


3«/i6 


43.202 


1131/2 


29 


8V16 


70.262 


891/2 


23 


51/8 


43.689 


114 


29 


101/8 


70.882 


90 


23 


611/16 


44.177 


1141/2 


29 


11»Vl6 


71.506 


901/2 


23 


8V16 


44.671 


115 


30 


IV4 


72.131 



Continued on next page 



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344 



CIRCUMFERENCE AND 
AREA OF CIRCLES 
(Continued) 



Diameter 
In Inches 



Circumference 



Feet 



Inches 



Area 

Square 

Feet 



Diameter 
In Inches 



Circumference 



Feet 



Inches 



Area 

Square 

Feet 



1151/2 


30 


2»Vi6 


72.759 


118 


30 


101 Ms 


75.944 


1 16 


30 


4% 


73.391 


1181/2 


31 


Vi 


76.589 


1161^ 


3D 


51 Vie 


74.026 


119 


31 


1»V,6 


77.236 


1 17 


30 


7V,6 


74.662 


11914 


31 


3% 


77,887 


1171/2 


30 


9H 


75.301 


,ao 


31 


4»Vl6 


78.540 


To find t\ 


le wei 


nht of a c 


rel» miiltlnR 


I ;*• «_„_ : 









X : \ ' """'"P'r '« area tn square feet by the weioht 

"";?'» ;•!!! r'"'' '••'*■ i»' •» "■ •> » ■ '""i 

Dy '^•003 (area in square feet) 

= 15.89! 4- pounds 



lANA 



MELTING POINTS 



Approximate 




ALUMINUM 660 

ANTIMONY 631 

BARIUM 850 

BERYLLIUM I350 

BISMUTH 271 

CADMIUM 321 

CALCIUM 810 

CARBON 3500 

CHROMIUM 1765 

COBALT 1480 

COPPER 1083 



GOLD. 



1063 

'RON 1535 

LEAD 327 

LITHIUM 186 



1220 
1167 
1562 
2462 
520 
610 
1490 
6332 
3209 
2696 
T981 
1945 
2795 
621 
367 



MAGNESIUM 651 

MANGANESE 1260 

MERCURY —39 

MOLYBDENUM... 2620 

NICKEL 1446 

PHOSPHOROUS 
(YELLOW) . . 



44 

PLATINUM 1773 

SILICON 1420 

SILVER 961 



TIN. 



232 

TUNGSTEN 3400 

VANADIUM 1710 

ZINC 420 



1204 
2300 
—38 
4748 
2635 

Til 
3223 
2588 
1761 

449 
6152 
3110 

787 



/> 



345 



mLAHOMA 



m 




USEFUL INFORMATIOK 

RELATIVE TO A CIRCLE 

To find Circumference — Multiply the diameter by 3 1416- or 
divide diameter by 0.3183, o.i^io, or, 

To find Diameter — Multiply the circumference by 0.3183* or 
divide circumference by 3.1416. -oioo, or, 

To find Radius — Multiply the circumference by 0.15915* or 
divide circumference by 6.28318; or, divide diameter by 2 ' 

10 find the Side of a Square to be inscribed in a Circle — Multiolv 
diameter by 0.7071; or, multiply the circumference by 2251^ 
or, divide the circumference by 4.4428 ' 

To find the Side of a Square to equal the Area of a Circle — 
^ '^^r the diameter by 0.8862; or, divide diameter by L 284; 
ence by^^5 ^' circumference by 0.2821; or, divide cfrcumfer^ 
To find the Area of a Circle — Multiply the circumference bv 

eTrTvT785i ' o'r '^^T^[^ ""^ ""^^^P>' \^ squarH theXm^ 
7q^8^.; il''^ I?^ltiply the square of the circumference by 
ffiL^ '.^""i-'P^^.^^^ ^."f^^^^ ?^ ^^^-half the diameter by 3.1416 
Doubling the diameter of a circle increases the area 4 times. 

RELATIVE TO A SQUARE 

imtrib'SS '^ '•''' ^^"^^^ ^'^ circumference of its cir- 
A side multiplied by 1.1284 equals the diameter of a circle equal 
in area to that given square. ^ 

T.^fi ^'^.u^^'?^'^'^ V 3-545 equals circumference of an equal circle 

bv 7«i*.^.^^'^^r.^^^^F^^P'^.- ^^l^^P^y the product of itsTxes 
by .7854; or, multiply the product of its semi-axes by 3.14159. 

RELATIVE TO OTHER GEOMETRICAL FORMS 

To find: 

Contents of a cylinder = area of end X length 

Contents of a wedge = area of triangular baseXallitude. 

Surface of a cylinder = length X circumference plus area of both 

fl^curSe^ince.'^^"'"^ squared X3.1416; or, diameterX 

Contents of a sphere = diameter cubed XO. 5236 
;^^^^Jt^ ""^ ^ pyramid or cone, right or oblique,- regular or ir- 
regular = area of base X one-third of the altitude 
Area of a triangle = base X one-half the altitude 
Area of a parallelogram = base X altitude. 
Area of a trapezoid = altitude X one-half the sum of parallel sides. 

TO FIND THE CAPACITY OF A TANK IN GALLONS 

1. All measurements must be reduced to inches 

the^d'^rtr^^^'" ^^^^^' nfiultiply the length' by the width by 
dkme^te? b?^^^^^^^ multiply the length by the square of the 

Hi^/n.tK^lf f *''' A^""^^* multiply the length by the short 
diameter by the long diameter by ,0339. 

SiTi^^-^¥v,''^^''^^u*'^ ^?y ^/.^^^ ^b*^v^ calculations by 231, 
which IS the number of cubic inches in a gallon; the result 
IS the capacity of the tank in gallons. 



346 



CONVERSION OF 
SFM TO RPM 






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347 



aAHOMA 



F 



ANA 



r 



i 




TEMPERATURE 
CONVERSION FORMULAS 



F = (CXL8)+32 

p (F-32)5 
C 

F^ Temperature in Fahrenheit Degrees. 
C = Temperature in Centigrade Degrees. 



CONVERSJON TABLE, MELTING POINTS AND TEMPERATURE 
COLORS OF COMMONLY USED METALS AND ALLOYS 



OEO f. 

3000 -g 



OeO. C. COLOR SCALE 



NICKEL AUOVS • 



CHROMIUM, NtCKEl, 
CHROMIUM - NICKEL 
STEELS AND IRONS 



ANACONDA COPPER -372 
PHOSPHOt BRONZE 15 
AMBRALOY-928 



;H 



2900- 

WROU GHT IRON^ PURE IRON- 2800 .- 



MILD STCEL- 
NICKEL- 



HARD STEEL- 
MONEl 



2600- 



2500- 



2400- 
2300 



CUPIO NICKCL 826 . 



^ 



- 2200 



2)00- 



2000 -; 



^1500 



> LIGHT YELLOW 



NICKEL SlLVER-828 
TOBIN BRONZE -481 



ALUMINUM ALLOYS 



LEAD ALLOYS 




348 



COMPARATIVE PHYSICAL 
PROPERTIES OF METALS 



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i § i ; § § 8 



in CO o <v <»> f-i 



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o o o o s o 



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-^ , '^ ■«»■ to 

8 : S 8 S 



8 8 



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ilANA 



349 



KLAHOMA 



SIZES OF ROUNDS 
REQUIRED TO MAKE 
HEXAGONS OR SQUARES 



DUtanc* Acres* Cernari of 
Hvxagent and Squarat 





D X 1.1547 d 



Va 


0.2886 


0.3535 


Vzz 


0.3247 


0.3977 


Vi« 


0.3608 


0.4419 


^V32 


0.3968 


0.4861 


% 


0.4329 


0.5303 


^V32 


0.4690 


0.5745 


'Ab 


0.5051 


0.6187 


^Vzt 


0.5412 


0.6629 


H 


0.5773 


0.7071 


>V32 


0.6133 


0.7513 


Vl6 


0.6494 


0.7955 


»V32 


0.6855 


0.8397 


% 


0.7216 


0.8839 


=^732 


0.7576 


0.9281 


^Vl6 


0.7937 


0.9723 


"/32 


0.8298 


1.0164 


Vi 


0.8659 


1.0606 


"/32 


0.9020 


1.1048 


'Vi« 


0.9380 


1.1490 


"/^2 


0.9741 


1.1932 


Vs 


1.0102 


1.2374 


"^2 


1.0463 


1.2816 


»M« 


1.0824 


1.3258 


»>42 


1.1184 


1.3700 


1 


1,1547 


1.4142 


\'hl 


1.1907 


1,4584 


lVl6 


1.2268 


1.5026 


1V32 


1.2629 


1.5468 


tys 


1.2990 


1.5910 


1V32 


1.3351 


1,6352 


lVl6 


1.3712 


1.6793 


1V32 


1.4073 


1.7235 


ly* 


1.4434 


1.7677 


1V32 


1.4794 


1.8119 


1Vl6 


1.5155 


1.8561 


1»V32 


1.5516 


1.9003 


tys 


1.5877 


1,9445 


1»V32 


1.6238 


1.9887 


1Vl6 


1.6598 


2.0329 


1^V32 


1.6959 


2.0771 


1'^ 


1.7320 


2.1213 


1^V32 


1.7681 


2.1655 


lVl6 


1.8042 


2.2097 


nV32 


1.8403 


2.2539 


lys 


1.8764 


2,2981 


t 21/32 


1.9124 


2.3423 


l»Vl6 


1.9485 


2.3865 


12V32 


1.9846 


2.4306 



I 

d 

i 




Ex 1.4142 d 



1^4 


2.0207 


2.4708 


12V32 


2.0568 


2.5190 


nvi6 


2.0929 


2.5632 


12V32 


2.1289 


2.6074 


1^8 


2.1650 


2.6516 


12V32 


2.2011 


2.6958 


l»Vl6 


2.2372 


2.7400 


nV32 


2.2733 


2.7842 


2 


2.3094 


2.8284 


2V32 


2.3453 


2.8726 


2 Vie 


2.3815 


2.9168 


2V32 


2.4176 


2.9610 


2yg 


2.4537 


3.0052 


2V32 


2.4898 


3.0494 


2Vl6 


2.5259 


3.0936 


ZVa 


2.5981 


3.1820 


2Vi6 


2.6702 


3.2703 


2% 


2.7424 


3.3587 


2Vl6 


2.8145 


3.4471 


2y2 


2.8867 


3.5355 


2Vl6 


2.9583 


3.6239 


z% 


3.0311 


3.7123 


2»Vl6 


3.1032 


3.8007 


2V4 


3.1754 


3.8891 


2»Vl6 


3.2476 


3.9794 


2% 


3-3197 


4.0658 


2»Vi6 


3.3919 


4.1542 


3 


3.4641 


4.2426 


3 Vis 


3.5362 


4.3310 


ays 


3.6084 


4.4194 


3Vl6 


3.6806 


4.5078 


By* 


3.7527 


4.5962 


3Vi6 


3.8249 


4.6846 


3% 


3.8971 


4.7729 


3V,6 


3.9692 


4.8613 


3y2 


4.0414 


4.9497 


3Vi6 


4.1136 


5.0381 


3% 


4.1857 


5.1265 


3»Vl6 


4.2579 


5.2149 


33/4 


4.3301 


5.3033 


3»M6 


4.4023 


5.3917 


3y8 


4.4744 


5.4801 


3^Vl6 


4.5466 


5.5684 


4 


4.6188 


5.6568 


4y8 


4.7631 


5.8336 


4y4 


4.9074 


6.0104 


43/8 


5.0518 


6,1872 


4y2 


5.1961 


6.3639 



350 



MISCELLANEOUS 
CONVERSION FACTORS 



Metric and English 



To Change From 



FEET 

MILES 

METERS 

M ETERS 

KILOMETERS 

SQUARE FEET 

SQUARE YARDS 

SQUARE METERS 

CUBIC YARDS 

CUBIC METERS 

FLUID OUNCES 

QUARTS 

CUBIC QENTI METERS 

LITERS 

GRAINS 

POUNDS (AVOIRDUPOIS) 

OUNCES (APOTHECARY) 

POUNDS (APOTHECARY) 

GRAMS 

KILOGRAMS 

KILOWATTS 

HORSE POWER 

B. T. U. 

CALORIES 

POUNDS 

OUNCES (AV.) 

INCHES 

INCHES 

FEET 

FEET 

SQUARE INCHES 

SQUARE INCHES 

SQUARE FEET 

SQUARE FEET 

CUBIC INCHES 

OUNCES PER SQ. FOOT 

GRAMS PER SQ. IN. 

PER HR. 
POUNDS PER SQ. FT. 

PER YR. 
GRAMS 
GRAMS 
CENTIMETERS 
DECIMETERS 
CENTIMETERS 
DECIMETERS 
SQUARE CENTIMETERS 
SQUARE DECIMETERS 
SQUARE CENTIMETERS 
SQUARE DECIMETERS 
CUBIC CENTIMETERS 



To 



Multiply By 



METERS 

KILOMETERS 

INCHES 

FEET 

MILES 

SQUARE METERS 

SQUARE METERS 

SQUARE YARDS 

CUBIC METERS 

CUBIC YARDS 

CUBIC CENTIMETERS 

LITERS 

FLUID OUNCES 

QUARTS 

MILLIGRAMS 

KILOGRAMS 

GRAMS 

KILOGRAMS 

GRAINS 

POUNDS 

HORSE POWER 

KILOWATTS 

CALORIES 

B. T. U. 

GRAMS 

GRAMS 

CENTIMETERS 

DECIMETERS 

CENTIMETERS 

DECIMETERS 

SQUARE CENTIMETERS 

SQUARE DECIMETERS 

SQUARE CENTIMETERS 

SQUARE DECIMETERS 

CUBIC CENTIMETERS 

MILLIG. PER SQ. 
DECIMETER 

MILLIG, PER SQ. 

DECIMETER PER DAY 

MILLIG. PER SQ. 

DECIMETER PER DAY 

POUNDS 
OUNCES (AV.) 

INCHES 

INCHES 

FEET 

FEET 

SQUARE INCHES 

SQUARE INCHES 

SQUARE FEET 

SQUARE FEET 

CUBIC INCHES 



0.3048 
1.60935 
39.37 
3.28083 
0.62137 
0.0929 
0.8361 
1.196 
0.7646 
1.308 
29.574 
0.9464 
0.0344 
1.0567 
64.7989 
0.4536 
31.1035 
0.3732 
15.4324 
2.2046 
1.34 
0.746 
252.0 

.003968 
453.6 
28.35 
2.54 
0.254 
30.48 
3.048 
6.452 
0.0645 
929.0 
9.29 
16.387 

3050. 

360000.0 

133.8 

0.002205 
0.03527 
0.3937 
3.937 
0.03281 
0.3281 
0.1550 
15.50 
0.001076 
0.1076 
0.06102 




HSIANA 



iS 



SEE 



351 



OKLAHOMA 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



Metric and English 



LENGTH 


1 MIL 


= 
s 


.001 

.025400 

.0025400 


INCH 

MILLIMETER 

CENTIMETER 


1 INCH 


; 


1000 
25.400 
2.5400 


MILS 

MILLIMETERS 

CENTIMETERS 


1 FOOT 


= 
= 


30.480 
.30480 


CENTIMETERS 
METERS 


1 YARD 


= 


91.440 
.9144 


CENTIMETERS 
METER 


1 MILE 


= 


1609.4 
1.6094 


METERS 
KILOMETERS 


1 MlLLrMETER 


= 


39.370 
.039370 


MILS 
INCH 


1 CENTIMETER 


= 


.39370 
.032808 


INCH 
FOOT 


I METER 


= 


39.370 
3.2808 


INCHES 
FEET 


1 KILOMETER 


= 


3280.8 

.62137 


FEET 
MILE 


SURFACE 


1 CIRC. MIL 


- 


.78540 SQ.MIL 
.000001 CIRC. INCH 
.000645 16 CIRC. MILLIMETER 


1 SQ. MIL 


~ 


1.2732 CIRC. MILS 
.000001 SQ. INCH 
.0006451 6 SQ. MILLIMETER 


1 CIRC. INCH 


= 1000000 

645.16 
6.4516 


CIRC. MILS 

CIRC. MILLIMETERS 

CIRC. CENTIMETERS 


1 SQUARE INCH 


=1000000 
=1273240 

645.16 
6.4516 


SQ. MILS 

CIRC. MILS 

SQ. MILLIMETERS 

SQ. CENTIMETERS 


1 SQUARE FOOT 

I CIRC. MILLIMETER 


= 


929.03 
1550.0 


SQ. CENTIMETERS 
CIRC. MILS 


VOLUME 


1 CUBIC INCH 
1 CUBIC FOOT 
1 CUBIC CENTIMETER 


= 


16.387 
28317 

.061023 


CUBIC CENTIMETERS 
CUBIC CENTIMETERS 
CUBIC INCH 


1 CUBIC INCH OF WATER = 
1 CUBIC FOOT OF WATER = 


.0361 
62.5 


POUNDS 
POUNDS 


WEIGHT 


1 POUND (AVOIR) 

1 GRAM 

1 KILOGRAM 


~ 


453.59 

.0022046 
2.2046 


GRAMS 

POUND (AVOIR.) 

POUNDS (AVOIR.) 



352 



CONVERTING INCHES 
AND FRACTIONS OF AN 
INCH INTO DECIMALS 
OF A FOOT 




r 



J 
J 





0833 .1667 .2500 ,3333 .4167 .5000 5833 6667* 7500 8333 .9167 

W. 0052 .0885 1719 .2552 ,3385 4219 .5052 5885 6719 7552 8385 .9219 ^ 


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353 



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COMPARISON OF 
GAUGES 



Gaute 
No. 



354 



American 
or Brown 
& Sharps 



Birming- 
ham 
or Stubs 



When Ordering Spectfy Thick- 
nma by Decimal Port of on 
Inch as Well at Name and 
Number of Gauge 



Wash- 
burn 
& Moen 



United 
States 
Standard 
(Re- 
vised) 



United States 
Standard 



Imperial 
S. W. G. 



7/0 






.490 




.500 


.500 


6/0 


.5800 




.460 




.46875 


.464 


5/0 


.5165 




.430 




.4375 


.432 


4/0 


.4600 


.454 


.3938 


.4063 


.40625 


.400 


3/0 


.4096 


.425 


.3625 


.375 


.375 


.372 


2/0 


.3648 


.380 


.3310 


.3438 


.34375 


.348 


1/0 


.3249 


.340 


.3065 


.3125 


.3125 


.324 


1 


.2893 


.300 


.2830 


.2813 


.28125 


.300 


2 


.2576 


.284 


.2625 


.2656 


.265625 


.276 


3 


.2294 


.259 


.2437 


.2391 


.25 


.252 


4 


.2043 


.238 


.2253 


.2242 


.234375 


.232 


5 


.1819 


.220 


.2070 


.2092 


.21875 


.212 


6 


.1620 


.203 


.1920 


.1943 


.203125 


.192 


7 


.1443 


.180 


.1770 


.1793 


.1875 


.176 


8 


.1285 


.165 


.1620 


.1644 


.171875 


.160 


9 


.1144 


.148 


.1483 


.1495 


.15625 


.144 


10 


.1019 


.134 


.1350 


.1345 


.140625 


.128 


11 


.09074 


.120 


.1205 


.1196 


.125 


.116 


12 


.08081 


.109 


.1055 


.1046 


.109375 


.104 


13 


.07196 


.095 


.0915 


.0897 


.09375 


.092 


14 


.06408 


.083 


.0800 


.0747 


.078125 


.080 


15 


.05707 


.072 


.0720 


.0673 


.0703125 


.072 


16 


.05082 


.065 


.0625 


.0598 


.0625 


.064 


17 


.04526 


.058 


.0540 


.0538 


.05625 


.056 


18 


.04030 


.049 


.0475 


.0478 


.05 


.048 


19 


.03589 


.042 


.0410 


.0418 


.04375 


.040 


20 


.03196 


.035 


.0348 


.0359 


.0375 


.036 


21 


.02846 


.032 


.03175 


.0329 


.034375 


.032 


22 


.02535 


.028 


.0286 


.0299 


.03125 


.028 


23 


.02257 


.025 


.0258 


.0269 


.028125 


.024 


24 


.02010 


.022 


.0230 


.0239 


.025 


.022 


25 


.01790 


.020 


.0204 


.0209 


.021875 


.020 


26 


.01594 


.018 


.0181 


.0179 


.01875 


.018 


27 


.01420 


.016 


.0173 


.0164 


.0171875 


.0164 


28 


.01264 


.014 


.0162 


.0149 


.015625 


.0148 


29 


.01126 


.013 


.0150 


.0135 


.0140625 


.0136 


30 


.01003 


.012 


.0140 


.0120 


.0125 


.0124 


31 


.008928 


.010 


.0132 


.0109 


.0109375 


.0116 


32 


.007950 


.009 


.0128 


.0102 


.01015625 


.0108 


33 


.007080 


.008 


.0118 


.0094 


.009375 


.0100 


34 


.006305 


.007 


.0104 


.0086 


.00859375 


.0092 


35 


.005615 


.005 


.0095 


.0078 


.0078125 


.0084 


36 


.00500 


,004 


.0090 


.0070 


.00703125 


.0076 


37 


.004453 




.0085 




.006640625 


.0068 


38 


.003965 




.008 




.00625 


.0060 


39 


.003531 
.003145 




.0075 
.007 






.0052 


40 




.0048 



DATA 



DECIMAL AND 
MILLIMETER 
EQUIVALENTS OF INCH 
FRACTIONS 



Fraction 



Decimal 



Millimeter 



V32 

V64 



Ve4 



Fraction 



Decimal Millimeter 



^V64 
3 5/64 



3V64 



.5156 
.5312 
.5468 
.5625 
.5781 



13.097 
13.494 
13.891 
14.288 
14.684 



V32 


.0937 


2.381 


^V32 


.5937 


15.081 


V64 


.1093 


2.778 


^V64 


.6093 


15.478 


Vs 


. . 1 250 


3.175 


% 


. .6250 


15.875 


Vm 


.1406 


3.572 


*V64 


.6406 


16.272 


V32 


.1562 


3.969 


^732 


.6562 


16.669 


»V64 


.1718 


4.366 


*V64 


.6718 


17.066 


V,6 


.1875 


4.763 


"/16 


, .6875 


17.463 


»V64 


.2031 


5.159 


^V64 


.7031 


17.859 


V32 


.2187 


5.556 


=^V32 


.7187 


18.256 


^V64 


.2343 


5.953 


^V64 


.7343 


18.653 


V4 


. .2500 


6.350 


^4 


. .7500 


19.050 


^V«4 


.2656 


6.747 


^V64 


.7656 


19.447 


V32 


.2812 


7.144 


2V32 


.7812 


19.844 


•V84 


.2968 


7.541 


5V64 


.7968 


20.241 


Vi« 


. .3125 


7.938 


»VlG 


.8125 


20.638 


^V64 


.3281 


8.334 


"/64 


.8281 


21.034 


>»^» 


.3437 


8.731 


=^732 


.8437 


21.431 


"/64 


,3593 


9.128 


^V64 


.8593 


21.828 


% 


. .3750 


9.525 


Vs 


. .8750 


22.225 


2V64 


.3906 


9.922 


5V64 


.8906 


22.622 


»V32 


.4062 


10.319 


2V32 


.9062 


23.019 


"/64 


.4218 


10.716 


5V64 


.9218 


23.416 


Vie 


. .4375 


11.113 


•V16 


. .9375 


23.813 


^Vm 


.4531 


1 1.509 


«V64 


.9531 


24.209 


>V32 


.4687 


11.906 


3V32 


.9687 


24.606 


3V64 


.4843 


12.303 


«V64 


.9843 


25.003 


»/i 


, .5000 


12.700 


1 . . .. 


1.0000 


25 400 










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AS 



>SEE 



355 



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